English actresses who died due to Heart failure

Here are 2 famous actresses from England died in Heart failure:

Greer Garson

Greer Garson (September 29, 1904 Manor Park, London-April 6, 1996 Dallas) also known as Eileen Evelyn Greer Garson, Miss Greer Garson, Duchess or Eileen Evelyn Greer Garson, CBE was an English actor.

Greer Garson was best known for her roles in classic films such as "Goodbye, Mr. Chips," "Mrs. Miniver," and "Madame Curie." She first rose to fame in the 1930s on the London stage and went on to make her Hollywood debut in the film "Goodbye, Mr. Chips" in 1939, earning her the first of seven Academy Award nominations.

During World War II, Garson also became known for her work with the British government and the Red Cross, entertaining troops and raising money for war efforts. After the war, she continued her successful career in Hollywood, often playing strong-willed and independent women.

In addition to her film work, Garson also appeared on television and the stage, and was known for her humanitarian work and philanthropy. She was awarded the CBE in 1951 and was inducted into the American Theater Hall of Fame in 1972.

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Mollie Sugden

Mollie Sugden (July 21, 1922 Keighley-July 1, 2009 Guildford) a.k.a. Mary Isobel Sugden was an English actor. Her children are called Simon Moore and Robin Moore.

Mollie Sugden is best known for her role as Mrs. Betty Slocombe in the British sitcom "Are You Being Served?" which aired from 1972 to 1985. She had a long and successful acting career, appearing in numerous plays, TV shows, and films. Sugden won the "Best Actress" award at the Monte Carlo Television Festival in 1976 for her work in "Are You Being Served?" In addition to her acting, Sugden was also a talented singer and appeared in several musicals throughout her career. She was married to William Moore, a fellow actor, until his death in 2000. Sugden passed away in 2009 at the age of 86 due to heart failure.

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