English movie stars died in 1994

Here are 6 famous actresses from England died in 1994:

Jessica Tandy

Jessica Tandy (June 7, 1909 London Borough of Hackney-September 11, 1994 Easton) also known as Jessie Alice Tandy, Jessie Alice "Jessica" Tandy or Jessica Alice Tandy was an English actor. She had three children, Tandy Cronyn, Susan Hawkins and Christopher Cronyn.

Tandy started her acting career on stage in London before moving to New York in the 1940s. She won a Tony Award for her performance in the play "A Streetcar Named Desire" in 1948, and went on to a successful career in film and television. Some of her notable film roles include appearances in "The Birds," "Cocoon," and "Driving Miss Daisy," for which she won an Academy Award for Best Actress in 1989. Despite her success, Tandy remained humble and dedicated to her craft, often saying that acting was her "raison d'ĂȘtre," or reason for being. She continued to work in film and television until her death in 1994 at the age of 85.

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Mabel Poulton

Mabel Poulton (July 29, 1901 London-December 21, 1994 London) was an English actor.

She began her career in silent films and transitioned smoothly into talkies. Poulton rose to prominence during the 1920s and 1930s, appearing in several popular films. She was known for her performances in movies such as "Trouble in Paradise" (1932), "The Wife's Family" (1931), and "The Bewitched Ballon" (1935). During her career, she worked with several notable directors, including Alfred Hitchcock and Maurice Elvey. Despite being a popular actor, Poulton retired from acting in 1937 at the age of just 36. In her retirement, she lived a quiet life in London until her death in 1994 at the age of 93.

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Lynne Frederick

Lynne Frederick (July 25, 1954 Hillingdon-April 27, 1994 Los Angeles) otherwise known as Lynne Maria Frederick or Lynnie was an English actor and film producer. She had one child, Cassie Unger.

Frederick began her acting career in the 1970s with small roles in television series and gradually moved on to appearing in films. She gained critical acclaim for her performances in British films like "The Birthday Party" and "Voyage of the Damned". She was married three times - firstly to English actor Peter Sellers, then to American actor David Frost and finally to Danish film director Barry Unger.

During her career, Frederick also produced and co-produced a few films like "Schizo" and "Adolf Hitler: My Part in His Downfall". Unfortunately, her life and career were cut short when she passed away at just 39 years old due to complications from alcoholism. Despite her early demise, her work in the entertainment industry remains memorable and noteworthy.

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Diana Churchill

Diana Churchill (August 21, 1913 Wembley-October 8, 1994 Northwood, London) also known as Diana Josephine Churchill was an English actor.

She was born into a family of stage performers - her father, Brandon Thomas, was a playwright and her mother, Louise Granville, was an actress. Diana first appeared on stage as a child and continued to act throughout her life. She made her film debut in 1937 and later appeared in several popular films of the 1940s and 1950s. Churchill was also well-known for her work on television, appearing in shows such as "The Avengers," "Doctor Who," and "All Creatures Great and Small." In addition to her acting career, Churchill was an accomplished writer and published several novels and autobiographical works. She was married twice and had three children. Churchill continued to act well into her seventies and passed away at the age of 81.

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Eileen Way

Eileen Way (September 2, 1911 Surrey-June 16, 1994 Canterbury) a.k.a. Eileen Mabel E. Way was an English actor.

Born in Woking, Surrey, Eileen Way was one of the most prominent British character actresses of her time. She began her acting career in the 1930s and made her stage debut in 1932. She later appeared in various West End productions, including 'The Importance of Being Earnest' and 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'.

Way's career in film and television began in the 1950s. She played numerous supporting roles in films such as 'The Vikings', 'The Elephant Man', and 'An American Werewolf in London'. In television, she is perhaps best remembered for her role as the old matriarch, "Kala", in the 1980s sci-fi series, 'Robin of Sherwood'.

Throughout her career, Way was known for her distinctive voice and commanding presence. She continued to act well into her 80s, appearing in productions such as 'The Cherry Orchard' and the TV series 'The House of Eliott'. Eileen Way passed away in 1994 at the age of 82.

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Gwen Watford

Gwen Watford (September 10, 1927 London-February 6, 1994 London) also known as Gwen Walford, Gwendoline Watford or Gwendoline "Gwen" Watford was an English actor.

She trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and went on to have a successful stage career, appearing in productions for the Royal Shakespeare Company and the National Theatre. Watford also appeared in a number of films and television shows, including the British series "The Avengers" and the film "The Devil's Advocate". She was known for her regal presence and effortless grace on stage and screen. Watford died in 1994 at the age of 66 from bronchopneumonia.

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