English actors who died due to Respiratory Infection

Here are 1 famous actors from England died in Respiratory Infection:

John Gielgud

John Gielgud (April 14, 1904 South Kensington-May 21, 2000 Wotton House) otherwise known as Arthur John Gielgud, Sir John Gielgud, Johnny G., Sir Arthur John Gielgud, Sir Arthur John Gielgud, OM, CH, Arthur Gielgud or John Arthur Gielgud was an English actor, theatre director, theatrical producer and singer.

He was one of the most revered and respected actors of his time, known for his powerful performances on stage and screen. Gielgud began his career in the theater in the 1920s and went on to become a highly influential figure in British theater, producing and directing some of the most notable productions of the twentieth century.

He was also a highly respected film actor, appearing in over 60 films throughout his career. Some of his most notable film roles include his portrayal of Cassius in the 1953 film "Julius Caesar," his Oscar-winning performance as Hobson in the 1981 film "Arthur," and his role as the Ghost of Christmas Past in the 1984 adaptation of "A Christmas Carol."

Aside from his work in theater and film, Gielgud was also an accomplished singer and a prolific writer, penning several volumes of memoirs and other works throughout his life.

Gielgud was knighted in 1953 and was awarded numerous other honors throughout his career, including the Order of Merit and the Order of the Companions of Honour. He remained active in the creative world until his death in 2000 at the age of 96.

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