English movie stars died in 1966

Here are 3 famous actresses from England died in 1966:

Ada Reeve

Ada Reeve (March 3, 1874 London-October 5, 1966 London) also known as Reeve, Ada, Adelaide Mary Reeve or Little Ada Reeves was an English singer and actor. Her children are called Lillian Mary "Goody" Hazlewood and Bessie Adelaide Hazlewood.

Ada Reeve began her career in the 1880s as a child performer in music halls. She made her first appearance in pantomime at the age of 14 and went on to play principal boy and principal girl roles on stage. She also appeared in various West End productions, including the original production of The Boy Friend in 1923.

In addition to her work on stage, Reeve appeared in several films in the 1930s, such as "A Cuckoo in the Nest" (1933) and "Radio Parade" (1935). She was also a regular performer on BBC Radio, known for her comic monologues.

Reeve received the DBE (Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire) in 1952 for her services to drama. She continued performing into her 80s and was still working when she passed away in 1966 at the age of 92.

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Mary Mackenzie

Mary Mackenzie (May 3, 1922 Burnley-September 20, 1966 London) was an English actor.

Throughout her career, Mary Mackenzie appeared in a variety of plays, films, and television shows. Some of her most notable roles include performances in "The Avengers," "The Saint," "Man of the World," and "Coronation Street." She gained a following for her versatility and ability to play a wide range of characters, from comedic to dramatic. Mackenzie was also a skilled stage performer, appearing in productions at the Old Vic and the Royal Court Theatre. Despite her success, she tragically passed away at the young age of 44 due to complications from alcoholism. Her legacy in the entertainment industry continues to be celebrated to this day.

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Toni Edgar-Bruce

Toni Edgar-Bruce (June 4, 1892 London-March 28, 1966 Chertsey) also known as Toni Edgar Bruce, Toni Bruce, Sybil Etonia Bruce or Tonie Edgar Bruce was an English actor.

She was known for her roles in silent films such as "The Call of the Road" (1920) and "The Adventure of Dr. Moses" (1921). Later in her career, she appeared in talking pictures such as "The Love Test" (1935) and "The Ghost Goes West" (1935).

Edgar-Bruce was also a stage actress, performing in productions such as "The School for Scandal" and "The Rivals" in the West End. She was the daughter of theatrical producer J. A. E. Malone and actress Julia Neilson, and married fellow actor Ivan Berlyn. Additionally, she was an accomplished equestrian and competed in several horse shows.

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