English movie stars died at 54

Here are 5 famous actresses from England died at 54:

Gertrude Lawrence

Gertrude Lawrence (July 4, 1898 London-September 6, 1952 New York City) otherwise known as Gertrude Alexandria Dagmar Lawrence-Klasen, Lawrence, Gertrude, Gertrude Alice Dagmar Klasen or Gee was an English singer and actor. Her child is called Pamela Howley.

She died caused by liver tumour.

Gertrude Lawrence began her stage career in 1916, at the age of 18, and quickly became a star in London's West End. She went on to appear in a number of successful Broadway productions, including "Oh, Kay!", "Jubilee", and "Lady in the Dark". Lawrence was known for her sparkling wit and glamorous image, and was a popular figure among the social elite of her day.

In addition to her theater work, Lawrence also appeared in several films, including "Rembrandt" and "The Glass Menagerie". She was well-known for her collaborations with composer Noël Coward, and the two wrote several hit shows together, including "Private Lives" and "Tonight at 8:30".

Despite her success, Lawrence's personal life was often turbulent. She was married four times, and struggled with alcoholism and health problems throughout her career. Still, she remained a beloved figure in the entertainment world until her death at the age of 54.

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Gilly Coman

Gilly Coman (September 13, 1955 Liverpool-July 13, 2010 Wirral Peninsula) also known as Gilly Conman was an English actor.

She died caused by myocardial infarction.

Gilly Coman was best known for her roles in British TV shows such as "Brookside" and "Boys from the Blackstuff". She started her acting career in the 1970s, and over the years, worked with some of the biggest names in the British entertainment industry. In addition to her TV work, she also appeared in various stage productions and films. Coman was admired by many for her acting talents and for her down-to-earth personality. She was a beloved member of the Liverpool community where she lived and worked for most of her life. Her sudden death was a shock to many, and she is remembered fondly by her friends, family, and fans.

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Diana Darvey

Diana Darvey (April 21, 1945 Cheadle-April 11, 2000 Redhill) was an English singer, actor and dancer.

She began her career as a dancer in the television show "The Benny Hill Show" in the 1960s. Darvey then went on to appear in several West End productions, including "Maggie May", "The Black Mikado" and "Charlie Girl". She also released several singles, including "I Want to Break Free" and "The Sure Thing". In addition to her performing career, Darvey was also a choreographer and dance teacher. She passed away in 2000 at the age of 54 from a brain tumor.

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Lillian Rich

Lillian Rich (January 1, 1900 Herne Hill-January 5, 1954 Woodland Hills) a.k.a. Lillian Rich Nicholson was an English actor.

She began her career in silent films and appeared in more than 80 films throughout her career. Rich started acting at the age of 17 and gained popularity as a leading lady in British films during the 1920s. She later transitioned to Hollywood and starred in a number of silent and talkie films in the 1930s. Despite her success in Hollywood, Rich decided to retire from acting in 1934 at the age of 34. She moved to Woodland Hills, California with her husband and lived a quiet life until her death in 1954 at the age of 54.

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Sonia Holm

Sonia Holm (February 24, 1920 Sutton-July 2, 1974 Oxford) a.k.a. Dorothy Mary Sonia Freeborn was an English actor.

She trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and went on to have a successful career in theater, film, and television. She appeared in over 40 productions throughout her career, including notable roles in the West End productions of "The Relapse" and "A Midsummer Night's Dream." In addition to her work on stage, Holm also appeared in several films, such as "The Vicious Circle" and "The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie." She later transitioned to television, appearing in popular shows like "Doctor Who" and "The Forsyte Saga." Holm was known for her versatility as an actor, effortlessly portraying both comedic and dramatic roles. She passed away at the age of 54 from cancer.

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