Irish actors died at age 69

Here are 4 famous actors from Republic of Ireland died at 69:

Dion Boucicault

Dion Boucicault (December 26, 1820 Dublin-September 18, 1890 New York City) also known as Dionysius Lardner Boursiquot was an Irish actor, playwright, writer and screenwriter. He had six children, Nina Boucicault, Dion Boucicault, Jr., Eva Boucicault, Aubrey Boucicault, Dion William Boucicault and Patrice Boucicault.

Boucicault was one of the most successful and influential playwrights of the 19th century. He wrote over 150 plays, many of which were highly popular and were performed frequently in both the United States and England. Some of his most famous works include "The Colleen Bawn", "The Shaughraun", and "London Assurance". Boucicault was also an accomplished actor, and he often appeared in his own productions. In addition to his theatrical work, Boucicault was a prolific writer of novels, articles, and essays. He was known for his outspoken views on social issues such as poverty, women's rights, and slavery, and he used his writing to advocate for reform in these areas. Boucicault died in New York City in 1890 at the age of 69. He was widely mourned in the theatrical world, and his legacy as a writer and performer continues to be celebrated today.

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Michael Golden

Michael Golden (August 15, 1913 Bray-April 5, 1983 Hastings) was an Irish actor.

He is best known for his role as Albert Tatlock in the British soap opera Coronation Street. Golden began his acting career in the 1940s in Irish theater before moving on to film and television work. In addition to his role on Coronation Street, he also appeared in several films including Moby Dick and The Haunting. Golden was highly respected in the industry and was considered a mentor to many young actors. He passed away in 1983 at the age of 69 after battling with cancer.

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J. W. Johnston

J. W. Johnston (October 2, 1876 Kilkea-July 29, 1946 Los Angeles) also known as Jack W. Johnston, J. W. Johnson, Jack W. Johnson, Jack Johnson, F. W. Johnston, Jack Johnston, John W. Johnston, Jack Johnstone, J.W. Johnson, F.W. Johnston or J.W. Johnston was an Irish actor.

He started his career in the entertainment industry as a stage actor in the early 1900s but eventually transitioned to films in the 1920s. Johnston appeared in over 200 films, playing supporting roles and often portraying policemen, judges, or other authority figures. Some of his notable film credits include "The Sheik" (1921), "The Phantom of the Opera" (1925), and "The Adventures of Robin Hood" (1938). He also had several television appearances in the 1950s. Johnston was known for his distinctive mustache and authoritative demeanor on screen.

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Max Adrian

Max Adrian (November 1, 1903 Enniskillen-January 19, 1973 Wonersh) otherwise known as Max Bor, Guy Thornton Bor or Max Cavendish was an Irish actor, singer and comedian.

He died caused by myocardial infarction.

Max Adrian’s career in the entertainment industry spanned several decades and he has appeared in numerous stage productions, films and television shows. Some of his notable stage credits include The Threepenny Opera, My Fair Lady, and The Sound of Music. He also appeared in several films including The Prince and the Showgirl, The Boy Friend, and The Charge of the Light Brigade. Adrian was a regular on British television in the 1960s, appearing in shows such as The Avengers and The Saint. In addition to his acting work, Adrian was also a talented singer and released several albums throughout his career. Despite his success, Adrian remained fairly private and little is known about his personal life.

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