Famous actors died as a result of Progressive supranuclear palsy

Here are 2 famous actors from the world died in Progressive supranuclear palsy:

Dudley Moore

Dudley Moore (April 19, 1935 Hammersmith-March 27, 2002 Plainfield) also known as Dudley Stuart John Moore, Cuddly Dudley, The Sex Thimble, The Dudley Moore Trio or Dudley Stuart John Moore, CBE was a British comedian, actor, composer, musician, screenwriter, film score composer, film producer and voice actor. His children are called Nicholas Anthony Moore and Patrick H. Moore.

Dudley Moore rose to fame in the 1960s as part of the groundbreaking comedy group, Beyond the Fringe. He then became a household name through his work on popular British television shows like "Not Only...But Also" and "The Marty Feldman Comedy Machine". He also achieved success as a film actor, starring in hits like "10", "Arthur" and "Micki + Maude".

Moore was a talented musician and composer, and often incorporated his musical abilities into his performances. He released several albums as both a solo artist and with his jazz trio. Despite battling health issues later in life, including degenerative brain damage, he continued to perform and create music until his death in 2002 at the age of 66. Moore was honored with a CBE (Commander of the Order of the British Empire) in 2001 for his contributions to the arts.

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Joshua Logan

Joshua Logan (October 5, 1908 Texarkana-July 12, 1988 New York City) a.k.a. Joshua Lockwood Logan III or Joshua Lockwood Logan was an American film director, writer, screenwriter, theatre director and actor. His children are called Tom Logan and Susan Logan.

Logan graduated from Princeton University and began his career as an actor and stage manager. He made his directorial debut with the Broadway production of "Carry Nation" in 1932. Logan directed several successful Broadway plays, including "South Pacific", "Annie Get Your Gun", and "Fiddler on the Roof". He also directed several films, such as "Picnic" (1955), "Sayonara" (1957), and "Camelot" (1967), which earned him an Academy Award nomination for Best Director.

Aside from his career as a director and writer, Logan was also a member of the American Theatre Hall of Fame and a recipient of several Tony Awards. He was married twice, first to actress Barbara O'Neil, and later to Nedda Harrigan, daughter of famed Broadway producer and playwright Edward Harrigan.

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