Death Place Matching "Marylebone, London, England, UK" (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)


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1. Simon MacCorkindale

Actor | Jaws 3-D

Born in Ely, Cambridgeshire, England, the light-haired, aristocratically handsome Simon MacCorkindale's first career choice was to follow in his Air Force pilot father Peter's bootsteps by joining the Air Training Corps., but his deteriorating eyesight forced him to choose an alternative vocation. ...

2. Wendy Richard

Actress | Are You Being Served?

Wendy Richard was born on July 20, 1943 in Middlesbrough, Cleveland, England as Wendy Emerton. She was an actress, known for Are You Being Served? (1972), Are You Being Served? (1977) and Gumshoe (1971). She was married to John Burns, Paul Glorney, Will Thorpe and Len Black. She died on February 26...

3. Ralph Richardson

Actor | Doctor Zhivago

Sir Ralph Richardson was one of the greatest actors of the 20th Century English-language theater, ascending to the height of his profession in the mid-1930s when he became a star in London's West End. He became the first actor of his generation to be knighted. He became Sir Ralph in 1947, and was ...

4. Anthony Asquith

Director | The Browning Version

British film director Anthony Asquith was born on November 9, 1902, to H.H. Asquith, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, and his second wife. A former home secretary and the future leader of the Liberal Party, H.H. Asquith served as prime minister of the United Kingdom from 1908-1916 and was ...

5. Margaretta Scott

Actress | All Creatures Great and Small

Margaretta Scott was born on February 13, 1912 in Westminster, London, England as Margaretta Mary Winifred Scott. She was an actress and writer, known for All Creatures Great and Small (1978), Things to Come (1936) and Where's Charley? (1952). She was married to John Wooldridge. She died on April ...

6. Gillian Lynne

The Phantom of the Opera

Gillian Lynne was born on February 20, 1926 in Bromley, Kent, England as Gillian Barbara Pyrke. She is known for her work on The Phantom of the Opera (2004), National Lampoon's European Vacation (1985) and BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (1950). She was married to Peter Land and Patrick Back. She died on ...

7. Vi Kaley

Actress | Detective Lloyd

Vi Kaley was born on November 19, 1878 in Lambeth, London, England as Violet Louise Rule. She was an actress, known for Detective Lloyd (1932), Give Me the Stars (1945) and On Velvet (1938). She was married to Alfred Artois. She died in 1967 in Marylebone, London.

8. John Dankworth

Music Department | Fathom

Attended the Royal Academy of Music beginning at the age of 17. His first American professional appearance occurred at the Newport Jazz Festival on July 3, 1959. He founded the London Symphony Orchestra's Pops Program and served as the orchestra's Pops Musical Director.

9. Chili Bouchier

Actress | The Silver King

Glamorous, dark-eyed leading lady, touted as Britain's answer to Hollywood's Clara Bow, the 'It Girl'. She was also sometimes referred to as 'Britain's first female sex symbol', reflected by having her initially cast as vamps or flappers. Born Dorothy Irene Boucher, she started out as a typist and ...

10. Geoffrey Perkins

Producer | Harry Enfield's Television Programme

Geoffrey Perkins, died aged just 55, was a comedy writer, producer and performer and, as head of comedy at BBC Television from 1995 until 2001, presided over such popular series as The Royle Family and Jonathan Creek; in a broadcasting career spanning more than 30 years he worked with stars ...

11. Johnnie Schofield

Actor | The Middle Watch

Johnnie Schofield was born on March 10, 1889 in Islington, Middlesex, England as John William Schofield. He was an actor, known for The Middle Watch (1948), Melody of My Heart (1936) and Tawny Pipit (1944). He died on September 9, 1955 in Marylebone, London, England.

12. Rufus Cruickshank

Actor | Kidnapped

Rufus Cruickshank was born on November 27, 1915 in Inverurie, Scotland as James Sangster Cruickshank. He was an actor, known for Kidnapped (1952), The Adventures of Robin Hood (1955) and Lord Emsworth and the Little Friend (1956). He died on December 20, 1959 in Marylebone, London, England.

13. Wyndham Goldie

Actor | A Place of Execution

Wyndham Goldie was born on July 5, 1897 in Rochester, Kent, England as Frank Wyndham Goldie. He was an actor, known for A Place of Execution (1953), The Arsenal Stadium Mystery (1939) and The Pickwick Papers (1952). He was married to Grace Wyndham Goldie. He died on September 26, 1957 in Marylebone...

14. Charles Hawtrey

Actor | A Message from Mars

Charles Hawtrey was born on September 21, 1858 in Eton, England as Charles Henry Hawtrey. He was an actor and writer, known for A Message from Mars (1913), The Private Secretary (1935) and Honeymoon for Three (1915). He was married to Katherine Elsie Emma Petre and Madeline 'Mae' Harriet. He died ...

15. Hazel Coppen

Actress | The Avengers

Hazel Coppen was born on September 27, 1924 in Roseville, New South Wales, Australia as Hazel Ruth Coppen. She was an actress, known for The Avengers (1961), Nicholas Nickleby (1968) and The Larkins (1958). She died on April 8, 1975 in Marylebone, London, England.

16. John Turnbull

Actor | The Happiest Days of Your Life

John Turnbull was born on November 5, 1880 in Dunbar, Scotland. He was an actor, known for The Happiest Days of Your Life (1950), The Scarlet Pimpernel (1934) and Detective Lloyd (1932). He was married to Eve Marchew and Beatrice Alice Scott (actress). He died on February 22, 1956 in Marylebone, ...

17. Robert Rendel

Actor | The Hound of the Baskervilles

Robert Rendel was born on December 2, 1884 in St. Marys Abbots, London, England as Robert George Rendel. He was an actor, known for The Hound of the Baskervilles (1931), The Four Feathers (1939) and Father and Son (1936). He died on May 9, 1944 in Marylebone, London.

18. Gilbert Harding

Actor | The Gentle Gunman

Probably the most famous personality on British TV in the 1950s, Gilbert Harding was notorious for his rudeness and short temper as a panel member on the genteel parlor game What's My Line (1951), a program he occasionally presented. He also appeared in several British films, mostly playing himself...

19. Grace Denbeigh-Russell

Actress | Great Expectations

Grace Denbeigh-Russell was born in 1890 in Bromley, Kent, England as Grace Winifred Russell. She was an actress, known for Great Expectations (1946), Take My Life (1947) and Celia (1949). She died on January 28, 1969 in Marylebone, London, England.

20. Anthony Hawtrey

Actor | BBC Sunday-Night Theatre

Anthony Hawtrey was born on January 22, 1909 in Claygate, Surrey, England as John Henry Anthony Trevor Hawtrey. He was an actor, known for BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (1950), Studio One in Hollywood (1948) and Jane Eyre (1946). He was married to Marjory Hawtrey. He died on October 18, 1954 in ...

21. Herbert Beerbohm Tree

Actor | King John

Herbert Beerbohm Tree was born on December 17, 1852 in Kensington, London, England as Herbert Draper Beerbohm. He was an actor and director, known for King John (1899), Henry VIII (1911) and The Tempest (1905). He was married to Lady Tree. He died on July 2, 1917 in Marylebone, London.

22. Lawrence Hanray

Actor | Knight Without Armour

Lawrence Hanray was born on May 16, 1874 in Hampstead, London, England as Lawrence Henry Jacobs. He was an actor and composer, known for Knight Without Armor (1937), The Good Companions (1933) and Lorna Doone (1934). He was married to Lois Grace Heatherley and Dorothy Mary Chambers Farnsworth. He ...

23. Anthony Holles

Actor | They Drive by Night

Anthony Holles was born on January 17, 1901 in Fulham, London, England as Anthony Hamilton Holles. He was an actor, known for They Drive by Night (1938), Loyalties (1933) and Family Affairs (1949). He was married to Dorothy Fane. He died on March 5, 1950 in Marylebone, London.

24. Walford Hyden

Actor | Great Expectations

Walford Hyden was born on July 4, 1892 in Hanley, Staffordshire, England as Clarence Walford Hyden. He is known for his work on Great Expectations (1946), Caravan (1946) and Danger in Paris (1937). He died on April 16, 1959 in Marylebone, London, England.

25. Lord Chandos

Self | The World at War

Lord Chandos was born on March 15, 1893 in Mayfair, London, England. He was married to Moira Godolphin Osborne. He died on January 21, 1972 in Marylebone, London.

26. Gerald Pring

Actor | Milestones

Gerald Pring was born on March 16, 1888 in Twickenham, Middlesex, England. He was an actor, known for Milestones (1920), The Nut (1921) and Broken Chains (1922). He died on October 21, 1970 in Marylebone, London, England.

27. Monckton Hoffe

Writer | The Lady Eve

Monckton Hoffe was born on December 26, 1880 in Islington, London, England as Reaney Monckton Hoffe-Miles. He was a writer and actor, known for The Lady Eve (1941), The Emperor's Candlesticks (1937) and The Little Damozel (1933). He was married to Barbara Hoffe. He died on November 4, 1951 in ...

28. Grace Gavin

Actress | Floodtide

Grace Gavin was born on August 22, 1900 in Dunblane, Scotland as Grace Muriel Donaldson. She was an actress, known for Floodtide (1949), Life in Her Hands (1951) and Scotch on the Rocks (1953). She died on September 24, 1955 in Marylebone, London, England.

29. Enoch Powell

Self | Subversive

British Conservative politician for Wolverhampton. Later became a member of the Ulster Unionist party. Favoured the repatriation of immigrants living in Britain. Delivered his famous anti-immigration speech, the "Rivers of Blood" speech on April 20th 1968.

30. Pardoe Woodman

Actor | Nobody's Child

Pardoe Woodman was born on March 26, 1891 in Malvern, Worcestershire, England as Ernest Pardoe Woodman. He was an actor, known for Nobody's Child (1919), Queen's Evidence (1919) and The Tidal Wave (1920). He died on December 8, 1940 in Marylebone, London, England.

31. Gabrielle Morton

Actress | Hampton Court Palace

Gabrielle Morton was born on May 18, 1891 in Richmond, Surrey, England as Gabrielle Adelaide McLellan. She was an actress, known for Hampton Court Palace (1926), The Princes in the Tower (1928) and Power Over Men (1929). She was married to George J. Banfield. She died on January 30, 1977 in ...

32. Pearl Dadswell

Actress | BBC Sunday-Night Theatre

Pearl Dadswell was born on July 16, 1915 in Northampton, Northamptonshire, England. She was an actress, known for BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (1950), ITV Television Playhouse (1955) and London Playhouse (1955). She was married to Eric Dodson. She died on June 1, 1963 in Marylebone, London, England.

33. Sheila van Damm

Writer | Mrs Henderson Presents

Sheila van Damm was born on January 17, 1922 in Paddington, London, England. She was a writer, known for Mrs Henderson Presents (2005), If It Moves It's Rude: The Story of the Windmill Theatre (1969) and Children's Television: Sunday Special (1957). She died on August 23, 1987 in Marylebone, London.

34. Dora Sevening

Actress | The Interrupted Journey

Dora Sevening was born on March 31, 1881 in Kensington, London, England as Dora Geraldine Sewening. She was an actress, known for The Interrupted Journey (1949), Forbidden (1949) and They Were Sisters (1945). She died on February 14, 1966 in Marylebone, London.

35. Launce Maraschal

Actor | The Six Proud Walkers

Launce Maraschal was born on October 26, 1892 in Blackburn, Lancashire, England as Tom Garstang. He was an actor, known for The Six Proud Walkers (1962), The Mulberry Accelerator (1955) and BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (1950). He was married to Enid Olive Florence Ogden, Pax Walker, Anne Mould and ...

37. Cecil Lewis

Writer | Pygmalion

As well as being an author, director, & one of the founders of the BBC, was one of the last known ace fighter pilots of the first World War. He served in No. 56 Squadron of the RFC/RAF. He is credited with victories over 8 German planes.

38. Ann Trevor

Actress | Wuthering Heights

Ann Trevor was born on August 22, 1899 in Hackney, London, England as Annie Trilnick. She was an actress, known for Wuthering Heights (1920), Daniel Deronda (1921) and Tense Moments with Great Authors (1922). She died on June 6, 1970 in Marylebone, London.

39. Janet Howe

Actress | A Tale of Two Cities

Janet Howe was born on December 17, 1910 in East Ham, London, England as Janet Bizzett Howe. She was an actress, known for A Tale of Two Cities (1958), Saraband (1948) and The Saint of Bleecker Street (1956). She was married to George Hancock. She died on April 6, 1975 in Marylebone, London.

40. Adza Vincent

Actress | Marion

Adza Vincent was born on December 17, 1917 in Hampstead, London, England as Adza Katharine Hodgins. She was an actress, known for Marion (1950), Jane Eyre (1948) and Mother of Men (1950). She died on May 5, 1995 in Marylebone, London.

41. Freddie Forbes

Actor | Murder at the Cabaret

Freddie Forbes was born on December 1, 1893 in Islington, London, England as Frederick Leslie Hailey. He was an actor, known for Murder at the Cabaret (1936), Music Hall Parade (1939) and Old Mother Riley at Home (1945). He died on May 15, 1952 in Marylebone, London.

42. Billy Thatcher

Actor | Perfect Strangers

Billy Thatcher was born on April 28, 1921 in Willesden, London, England as William Thatcher. He was an actor and writer, known for Vacation from Marriage (1945), Fortune Lane (1947) and Wednesday Theatre (1952). He died on October 7, 1964 in Marylebone, London.

43. Vivienne Chatterton

Actress | Dinner at the Ritz

Vivienne Chatteron was Britain's first television actress. She appeared as Mrs Bouncer in Gordon Sherry's production of John Maddison Morton's Victorian farce Box and Cox for the Baird Television Co, transmitted from their Long Acre studio on 15 December 1928. She returned to television with the ...

44. Bryan Michie

Actor | Let's Make a Night of It

Bryan Michie was born on January 5, 1906 in Tichborne, Hampshire, England as Thomas Bryan Michie. He was an actor, known for Let's Make a Night of It (1937), The Magnet (1950) and Battle for Music (1943). He died on March 24, 1971 in Marylebone, London, England.

45. Herbert G. Ponting

Cinematographer | 90° South

Herbert G. Ponting was born on March 21, 1870 in Salisbury, Wiltshire, England as Herbert George Ponting. He was a director and cinematographer, known for 90° South (1933), The Great White Silence (1924) and The Undying Story of Captain Scott and Animal Life in the Antarctic (1914). He died on ...

46. Coley Goodman

Actor | The Harper Mystery

Coley Goodman was born in November 1881 in City of London, London, England as Coleman Goodman. He was an actor, known for The Harper Mystery (1913). He died in 1938 in Marylebone, London.

47. Cherry Kearton

Director | A Primitive Man's Career to Civilization

Cherry Kearton was born in 1871 in Thwaite, Swaledale, Yorkshire, England. He was a director and cinematographer, known for A Primitive Man's Career to Civilization (1911), Tembi (1929) and Arnst Versus Barry (1910). He was married to Mary Burwood Coates and Ada Forrest. He died on September 27, ...

48. Peter Henchie

Actor | BBC Sunday-Night Theatre

Peter Henchie was born on May 10, 1923 in Croydon, Surrey, England as Peter David Henchie. He was an actor, known for BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (1950), Dixon of Dock Green (1955) and A for Andromeda (1961). He died on December 9, 1972 in Marylebone, London, England.

49. Margaret Davidge

Actress | Fighting Stock

Margaret Davidge was born on October 4, 1884 in Trowbridge, Wiltshire, England as Margaret Grist Davidge. She was an actress, known for Fighting Stock (1935), King of Hearts (1936) and The Villiers Diamond (1938). She died in 1947 in Marylebone, London, England.

50. Basil Burton

Actor | Murder in the Cathedral

Basil Burton was born on July 27, 1906 in Totteridge, London, England as Percy Basil Harmsworth Burton. He was an actor, known for Murder in the Cathedral (1951). He was married to Vera Lindsay. He died on September 7, 1970 in Marylebone, London.


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