English movie stars died in 1964

Here are 2 famous actresses from England died in 1964:

Diana Wynyard

Diana Wynyard (January 16, 1906 London-May 13, 1964 London) a.k.a. Dorothy Isobel Cox was an English actor.

She began her acting career on the stage in London's West End before transitioning to film in the late 1920s. Wynyard's breakthrough role was in the 1934 film "Cavalcade," for which she received an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress. She also appeared in other notable films such as "Gaslight" and "The Prime Minister."

In addition to her work in film, Wynyard continued to perform on stage, including in productions of "Hamlet" and "The Heiress." She was known for her naturalistic acting style and her ability to convey deep emotion through subtle gestures and expressions.

Although she never achieved the same level of international acclaim as some of her contemporaries, Wynyard was highly respected in the British acting community and continued to work consistently throughout her career. She was also a committed philanthropist, supporting various charitable causes throughout her life.

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Marguerite Florence Jervis Barclay Evans

Marguerite Florence Jervis Barclay Evans (October 7, 1886 Hinthada-March 10, 1964 Sheffield) a.k.a. Oliver Sandys, Marguerite Barclay, Countess Barcynska, Marguerite Evans, Marguerite Jervis, Marguerite Jarvis, Mrs. Armiger Barczinsky, Caradoc Evans Marguerite or Armiger Barclay was an English writer, screenwriter and actor. She had one child, Nicholas Barczinsky-Sandys.

Marguerite Florence Jervis Barclay Evans was born on October 7th, 1886 in Hinthada, Burma (now Myanmar). She grew up in India and attended boarding school in England. Evans began her writing career in the 1920s, publishing fiction and screenplays under various pen names such as Oliver Sandys and Marguerite Jarvis. In addition to her writing, Evans acted in films such as "The Triumph of Sherlock Holmes" (1935) and "The Sea Hawk" (1940). She married twice - first to Armiger Barczinsky, with whom she had her son Nicholas, and later to Count Rafal Barcynski.

During World War II, Evans worked for the British Ministry of Information, where she contributed to war propaganda efforts. She later returned to writing, publishing works such as "The Spanish Nursemaid" (1948) and "A Woman of Gallantry" (1951).

Evans passed away on March 10th, 1964 in Sheffield, England. Through her writing and acting, she left behind a lasting legacy in British literature and film.

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