English movie stars died in 1956

Here are 2 famous actresses from England died in 1956:

Margaret Wycherly

Margaret Wycherly (October 26, 1881 London-June 6, 1956 New York City) a.k.a. Margaret De Wolfe or Margaret De Wolfe Wycherly was an English actor. Her child is called Anthony Veiller.

Margaret Wycherly began her acting career on stage in London at the age of 21. She later moved to the United States and made her Broadway debut in 1916. Wycherly became famous for her role as the tyrannical and manipulative mother in the 1941 film "Sergeant York" opposite Gary Cooper. She also appeared in other notable films such as "White Heat" and "The Yearling". In addition to her successful film career, Wycherly continued to act in theater productions throughout her life. She received a Tony Award nomination for her performance in the play "The Shrike" in 1952. Margaret Wycherly passed away at the age of 74 from pneumonia.

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Anne Crawford

Anne Crawford (November 22, 1920 Haifa-October 17, 1956 London) also known as Imelda Crawford was an English actor.

She appeared in more than 50 films, including "For You Alone" (1945), "Caravan" (1946), "Esther Waters" (1948), and "The Story of Robin Hood and His Merrie Men" (1952). Crawford was also known for her work on stage and television, including her role as Lady Macbeth in a 1955 production of "Macbeth". Sadly, Crawford died at the young age of 35 from leukemia. Despite her relatively short career, she remains a beloved figure in British film and theater history.

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