Mortlake Crematorium, London, England

The men and women who were cremated, interred or their ashes scattered at Mortlake Crematorium in Mortlake, London, England.
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Tommy Cooper
After leaving the army Tommy Cooper took up show business in 1947 and so started his long career of comedy derived around visual humour, magic tricks that didn't work and his trademark red fez, a prop that started from his days in the army. The BBC described him as an "Unattractive young man with an extremely unfortunate appearance" in an audition for new talent...
 
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Dick Emery
In the 1960s and 1970s, Dick Emery was one of the most successful comics on the box. He was voted BBC TV Personality of the Year, thanks to creations such as his toothy vicar, sex-starved spinster Hettie, crusty old Lampwick, outrageously camp Clarence, who coined the phrase: "Hallo honky tonks". Perhaps the most memorable of all was Mandy...
 
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Charles Hawtrey
Coming from a theatrical family (although not related to the famous Edwardian actor Sir Charles Hawtrey, he did "borrow" his last name), Charles Hawtrey made his stage debut at age 11 after having spent several years in a prestigious acting school. A string of stage roles followed, and by 1929 his success led him to move into radio...
“ Plot: Ashes were scattered in Plot 50C ” - Syl
 
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Russell Hoban
Russell Hoban's parents were immigrants from Ukraine. His father was the advertising manager of a newspaper, as well as the director of a Philadelphia drama guild. Russell served in the US infantry during World War II. After the war, he taught art in New York and Connecticut. He began publishing children's books in 1958 and produced more than 50 of them...
 
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Dilys Laye
Raven haired, sometimes blonde (particulary in the earlier years), pretty actress who was born in 1934. Dilys Laye is an actress who is capable of a wide range of roles, from straight drama to comedy. Starting in the 1950s; she started like most other British film actresses of her era in studio system style films...
 
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Charles Herbert Lightoller
Perhaps one of the most intriguing individuals associated with the Titanic because of the many unique events that happened both before and after the sinking. As a young man, he assured his sister the sea wasn't wet enough to drown him and went on to prove just that. Charles Lightoller's career at sea began in 1888 at the age of thirteen and was a harrowing one almost from the start...
“ Plot: Ashes scattered in the Garden of Remembrance. ” - Syl
 
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Kirsty MacColl
Soundtrack, P.S. I Love You
English songwriter and singer Kristy MacColl had hits with such albums as "Kite" (1989), "Titanic Days" (1994) and "Tropical Brainstorm" (2000). Her first hit as a songwriter was "They Don't Know" for Tracey Ullman in 1983. Her trademark style is a sharp wit allied to strong melodies. Her work combines these with Cuban and Brazilian rhythms...
 
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Christopher Price
TV presenter whose irreverent wit earned him many fans around the world, who tuned into the BBC's nightly entertainment programme Liquid News to hear Price's caustic comments on the day's celebrity gossip. After earning a degree in languages from Reading University, Price began his broadcasting career as a journalist on a BBC local radio station...
 
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Michael Redgrave
Sir Michael Redgrave was of the generation of English actors that gave the world the legendary John Gielgud, Ralph Richardson and Laurence Olivier, Britain three fabled "Theatrical Knights" back in the days when a knighthood for thespian was far more rare than it is today. A superb actor, Redgrave...
“ he was cremated at Mortlake Crematorium in London, England. His ashes were later removed and buried at St. Pauls Church, Covent Garden. ” - Syl ” - Syl