Kenyan movie stars died in 1976

Here are 1 famous actors from Kenya died in 1976:

William Mervyn

William Mervyn (January 3, 1912 Nairobi-August 6, 1976 London) otherwise known as Bill Mervyn, William Mervyn Pickwoad or Mr. William Mervyn was a Kenyan actor. He had three children, Michael Pickwoad, Richard Pickwoad and Nicholas Pickwoad.

Mervyn was born in Nairobi, Kenya to British parents. He was educated at Radley College and trained for the stage at the Old Vic theatre school in London. Mervyn made his professional acting debut in 1932 and went on to have a long career in the British entertainment industry. He appeared in numerous stage productions, films and TV shows, including the popular series "All Gas and Gaiters" and "Dr. Finlay's Casebook." Mervyn was also known for his voice work and provided narration for several documentaries and adverts. He received critical acclaim for his portrayal of Inspector Charles Barlow in the TV series "Softly, Softly" and its spin-off "Barlow at Large." Mervyn passed away in 1976 in London at the age of 64.

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