English movie stars died in 1965

Here are 4 famous actresses from England died in 1965:

Irene Browne

Irene Browne (June 29, 1896 London-July 24, 1965 London) also known as Irene Brown was an English actor and musician.

Browne trained at the Royal Academy of Music and made her stage debut in 1916. Throughout her career, she appeared in over 70 films and television series, including classic films such as "Brief Encounter" (1945) and "The Queen of Spades" (1949). She was also a well-known stage actor, appearing in productions such as "Blithe Spirit" and "The Importance of Being Earnest." In addition to her acting work, Browne was an accomplished musician, playing the piano and accompanying performers such as Marcel Marceau. She was awarded the Officer of the Order of the British Empire in 1952 for her contributions to drama.

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Renee Kelly

Renee Kelly (June 4, 1888 London-August 28, 1965 London) also known as Renée Kelly was an English actor.

She was best known for her performances on stage, particularly her work in theater productions in London's West End. Kelly started her acting career in 1907 and was a leading lady for many years. She later transitioned to character roles and had success in film as well, appearing in several British productions during the 1930s and 1940s. She was known for her range as an actor and her ability to bring depth and nuance to even the smallest roles. Kelly also worked as a drama teacher, passing on her knowledge and experience to a new generation of actors. She received several awards and nominations for her work throughout her career and was widely respected within the entertainment industry.

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Florence Gill

Florence Gill (July 27, 1877 London-February 19, 1965 Woodland Hills) was an English actor and voice actor.

She began her career on the stage in London and later moved to the United States where she became a successful character actor on Broadway. Gill appeared in over 50 films, often playing stern and sometimes unsympathetic women, debuting on screen in 1913. Some of her notable film roles include "The Unholy Three" (1925), "The Devil to Pay" (1930), and "Alice in Wonderland" (1933). Gill was also a prolific voice actor, lending her voice to several animated films including "Gulliver's Travels" (1939) and "Mr. Magoo's Christmas Carol" (1962). She continued to work well into her 80s, making her final film appearance in "Who's Minding the Mint?" (1967).

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Beryl Measor

Beryl Measor (April 22, 1908 Shanghai-February 8, 1965 London) was an English actor.

He was born in Shanghai, China, to British parents and grew up in England. Measor began his acting career in the 1930s, performing in a variety of stage productions, particularly in London's West End. He also appeared in several British films, including "They Were Not Divided" (1950) and "The Dam Busters" (1955). Measor was also a skilled radio actor, performing in many BBC radio dramas during the 1940s and 1950s. While his screen roles were often small, Measor's stage career was illustrious, with notable performances in Peter Ustinov's "The Moment of Truth" and Noël Coward's "This Happy Breed." He continued to act until his death in London in 1965, at the age of 56.

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