English movie stars died in 2007

Here are 3 famous actresses from England died in 2007:

Celia Franca

Celia Franca (June 25, 1921 London-February 19, 2007 Ottawa) also known as Nita Celia Franks, Celia Franks or Celia Franca, CC OOnt was an English choreographer, actor, writer and dancer.

She was the founder of the National Ballet of Canada and served as its artistic director for 24 years. Franca began her career as a dancer with the Ballet Rambert in London before moving to Canada in 1951. She established the National Ballet of Canada in 1951 and went on to produce over 50 original works. Franca was also a dedicated teacher and mentor, and her efforts helped to foster the growth of Canadian ballet. In recognition of her contributions to the arts, Franca received numerous awards and honours, including the Companion of the Order of Canada and the Order of Ontario. After her retirement as artistic director of the National Ballet of Canada in 1974, Franca continued to work as a choreographer and teacher. She passed away in 2007 at the age of 85.

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Joyanne Bracewell

Joyanne Bracewell (July 5, 1934 Manchester-January 9, 2007 England) a.k.a. Judge Joyanne Bracewell, Joyanne Winifred Bracewell or Dame Joyanne Winifred Bracewell was an English barrister, judge and actor.

She was best known for her role in the British legal system, having been one of the first women to be appointed as a Circuit Judge in the United Kingdom. Born in Manchester, Bracewell studied law at the University of London before being called to the Bar in 1958. In addition to her work as a barrister and judge, she was also an accomplished stage actress, having appeared in productions with the Royal Shakespeare Company and the National Theatre. She was made a Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire in 2001 for her services to the law. Bracewell passed away in 2007 at the age of 72.

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Ruth Kettlewell

Ruth Kettlewell (April 13, 1913 Worcester-July 17, 2007) was an English actor.

She began her acting career in the 1930s and went on to appear in over 70 films, including "The Man in the White Suit" (1951) and "An Inspector Calls" (1954). Kettlewell was also a prolific stage actress, performing in both West End productions and regional theaters throughout the UK.

In addition to her acting work, Kettlewell was known for her philanthropy, particularly her support of the charity Age Concern. She was awarded an OBE in 1982 for her charitable work.

Kettlewell never married and had no children. She lived in London for most of her life and remained active in the theatre community until her death at the age of 94.

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