South African movie actors died when they were 62

Here are 2 famous actors from South Africa died at 62:

David Bale

David Bale (September 2, 1941 South Africa-December 30, 2003 Santa Monica) a.k.a. David Charles Howard Bale was a South African entrepreneur, airline pilot, talent manager, actor and businessperson. His children are called Christian Bale, Louise Bale, Erin Bale and Sharon Bale.

He died caused by lymphoma.

David Bale was born in South Africa, but spent a significant amount of time living and working in different parts of the world. He first worked as a pilot for several airlines, including South African Airways and BOAC. Later, he moved into the entertainment industry and became a talent manager, representing actors and musicians in London and Los Angeles.

In addition to his work as a talent manager, Bale also dabbled in acting and appeared in several films and TV shows, including "The Scarlet Letter" and "Medics." However, he is perhaps best known as the father of his son, Christian Bale, who went on to become a highly successful actor in his own right.

David Bale was married twice and had four children. In addition to Christian, he had three daughters, Louise, Erin, and Sharon. He was diagnosed with lymphoma in 2000 and died three years later at the age of 62 in Santa Monica, California. His legacy continues to live on through his famous son and the impact he had on the entertainment industry.

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Walter Armitage

Walter Armitage (April 5, 2015 Johannesburg-February 22, 1953 New York City) also known as Walter William David Armitage or Walter W. Armitage was a South African actor and playwright.

Armitage began his acting career in South Africa, where he also wrote plays that were well-received on the local theatre scene. In the late 1920s, he moved to London to further his career and acted in several West End productions.

In the early 1930s, Armitage made his way to the United States where he continued his acting career on Broadway and in Hollywood. He appeared in numerous films throughout the 1930s and 1940s, including "A Yank at Oxford" and "Northwest Passage."

Despite his success as an actor, Armitage never abandoned his love for playwriting. He continued to write plays throughout his life, and several of his works were produced on Broadway, including "The Bachelor Father" and "The Ladder."

Armitage was known for his versatility as an actor and for his ability to portray a range of characters. He was also praised for his writing, which was often described as witty and sophisticated.

He retired from acting and playwriting in the late 1940s and spent his final years in New York City, where he died in 1953 at the age of 67.

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