Death Place Matching "Hampshire, England, UK" (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)
1. Ken Russell
Director | The Devils
Ken Russell tried several professions, before choosing to become a film director. He was a still photographer, a dancer and even served in the army, but it was film that was to be Mr. Russell's destiny. He began by making several short films, and those paved the way for his brilliant television ...
Actor | Yellow Submarine
Geoffrey began his extensive stage career at the Unity Theatre Stoke Liverpool. He then appeared in several West End productions, such as Say Goodnight to Grandma and Run for Your Wife. He has appeared in numerous TV shows, including Coronation Street (1960) and Keeping Up Appearances (1990), where...
Actor | Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
James Robertson Justice was always a noticeable presence in a film with his large stature, bushy beard and booming voice. A Ph.D., a journalist, a naturalist, an expert falconer, a racing car driver, JRJ was certainly a man of many talents.
He entered the film industry quite late in life (37) after ...
Actor | Where Eagles Dare
Neil McCarthy was born on July 26, 1932 in Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England as Eugene Neil McCarthy. He was an actor, known for Where Eagles Dare (1968), Zulu (1964) and Clash of the Titans (1981). He died on February 6, 1985 in Fordingbridge, Hampshire, England.
5. Jane Austen
Writer | Sense and Sensibility
Jane Austen was born on December 16th, 1775, to the local rector, Rev. George Austen (1731-1805), and Cassandra Leigh (1739-1827). She was the seventh of eight children. She had one older sister, Cassandra. In 1783 she went to Southampton to be taught by a relative, Mrs. Cawley, but was brought ...
Actress | Upstairs, Downstairs
Angela Baddeley was born on July 4, 1904 in West Ham, London, England as Madeline Angela Clinton-Baddeley. She was an actress, known for Upstairs, Downstairs (1971), The Speckled Band (1931) and Tom Jones (1963). She was married to Glen Byam Shaw and Stephen Thomas. She died on February 22, 1976 in...
7. Howard Pays
Actor | Flower of Evil
Howard Pays was an English actor who gave up acting for representing thespians and other professionals in television and motion pictures, becoming one of England's most successful talent agents in the process. After being demobilized from the military after serving his National Service commitment, ...
8. Robert Bolt
Writer | A Man for All Seasons
Son of a small shopkeeper, he attended Manchester Grammar School. He later said that he made poor uses of his opportunities there. He went to work in an insurance office, but later entered Manchester University, taking a degree in History. A post-graduate year at Exeter University led to a ...
Actor | The Man with the Golden Gun
The role which best epitomised James Cossins was the fussy, repressed Brown in Villain (1971). He began movie acting in the mid '60s and featured in such films as Richard Lester's How I Won the War (1967), Hammer's The Lost Continent (1968), the Jack Wild vehicle Melody (1971) and the ...
10. Charmian May
Actress | Bridget Jones's Diary
Charmian May was born on June 16, 1937 in Alton, Hampshire, England as Charmian Rosemary May. She was an actress, known for Bridget Jones's Diary (2001), Highlander: Endgame (2000) and You're Only Young Twice (1977). She died on October 24, 2002 in Purbrook, Hampshire.
Soundtrack | Fantasia
Flamboyant, latterly white-maned, U.S. conductor known best for his popularization of classical music. (He is also known for teaching 'Mickey Mouse' a few things about music in Walt Disney's Fantasia (1940), in which Stokowski was featured with the Philadelphia Orchestra). He was a pioneer in the ...
12. Marjorie Gresley
Actress | The Bliss of Mrs. Blossom
Marjorie Gresley was born on October 22, 1909 in Doncaster, South Yorkshire, England. She was an actress, known for The Bliss of Mrs. Blossom (1968), The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (1943) and William (1962). She died on April 3, 1988 in Winchester, Hampshire, England.
13. Zena Walker
Actress | The Dresser
British actress Zena Walker would become better known for her output of theatre work than film. Born on March 7, 1934, in Birmingham, she was the daughter of George Walker, a grocer, and wife Elizabeth Louise (Hammond). A sensuous, graceful, dusky-voiced presence, she was educated at St. Martin's ...
14. Robin Nedwell
Actor | Shillingbury Tales
Born in Birmingham on the 27th of September, 1946, but raised in Cardiff, Wales, Robin began exhibiting his natural ability to act both on screen and on stage from a young age. Some of his early years saw him take the stage of Cardiff High School, following onto the County College, in amateur ...
15. Richard Davies
Actor | Zulu
Richard Davies was born Dennis Wilfred Davies on January 25, 1926 in Dowlais, Wales.
In a television era unabashed at employing cultural and racial stereotypes for easy and often dubious humour, Richard Davies grew accustomed to finding himself typecast as irascible Welshmen perpetually bothered and...
16. Edward Underdown
Actor | Beat the Devil
A London-born stage and film veteran, actor Edward Underdown was educated at Eton College and began in theatre roles in 1932 with "Words and Music". A former jockey and steeplechase rider, he quickly forged ahead in films making his debut in The Warren Case (1934) and appearing in secondary roles. ...
17. Roy Heather
Actor | Time Gentlemen Please
Roy Heather was born on May 20, 1935 in Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, England. He was an actor, known for Time Gentlemen Please (2000), Only Fools and Horses.... (1981) and Edge of Darkness (1985). He was married to Sara Taylor and Sarah Vernon. He died on September 3, 2014 in Purbrook, Hampshire, ...
Actor | Blade Runner
John Allen also was part of Ozzy Osbourne's Diary of a Madman and Speak of the Devil tour in the USA and UK. He was featured in the gate-fold of Speak/Talk of the Devil with Ozzy. Onstage, he was nicknamed Ronnie (inside joke) and provided comic relief (and towels) and was hanged during the song "...
21. Lionel Murton
Actor | Patton
Lionel Murton was born on June 2, 1915 in London, England as William Lionel Murton. He was an actor, known for Patton (1970), The Pickwick Papers (1952) and Danger Man (1960). He was married to Anita D'Allaire. He died on September 26, 2006 in Basingstoke, Hampshire, England.
Writer | Heartstrings
Elizabeth Gaskell was born on September 29, 1810 in Chelsea, London, England as Elizabeth Cleghorn Stevenson. She was a writer, known for Heartstrings (1923), Your Show Time (1949) and Cranford (1972). She was married to Rev. William Gaskell. She died on November 12, 1865 in Holybourne, Hampshire, ...
24. Geoffrey Kerr
Writer | Cottage to Let
Geoffrey Kerr was born on January 26, 1895 in London, England as Geoffrey Kemble Grinham Kerr. He was a writer and actor, known for Bombsight Stolen (1941), The Profligate (1917) and The Man from Home (1922). He was married to June Walker. He died on July 1, 1971 in Aldershot, Hampshire, England.
25. Christine Keeler
Actress | Bryan Ferry: Kiss and Tell
Christine Keeler was born on February 22, 1942 in Uxbridge, Middlesex, England as Christine Margaret Keeler. She was an actress, known for Bryan Ferry: Kiss and Tell (1988), The Christine Keeler Story (1963) and Screen Tests of the Stars (2002). She was married to Anthony Piatt and James Levermore....
26. Dorinda Stevens
Actress | The Avengers
Dorinda Stevens was born on August 16, 1932 in Southampton, Hampshire, England as Dorothy May Stevens. She was an actress, known for The Avengers (1961), The Saint (1962) and The Golden Link (1954). She was married to Michael Boultbee. She died on October 25, 2012 in Winchester, Hampshire.
27. Anne Grey
Actress | The Man at Six
Anne Grey was born on March 6, 1907 in Edmonton, Middlesex, England as Aileen Stephen Ewing. She was an actress, known for The Gables Mystery (1931), The Squeaker (1930) and Faithful Hearts (1932). She was married to George Ernest Gordon Hope-Johnstone and Lester Matthews. She died on April 3, 1987...
Actress | Little Dorrit
Marjorie Sommerville was born on September 3, 1912 in Oldham, Lancashire, England. She was an actress, known for Little Dorrit (1987), If Tomorrow Comes (1986) and Maigret (1959). She was married to Victor Lucas and Richard Blatchley. She died on August 13, 2006 in Hampshire, England.
31. Simon Dee
Actor | The Italian Job
Simon Dee was born on July 28, 1935 in Lancashire, England as Cyril Nicholas Henty-Dodd. He was an actor, known for The Italian Job (1969), Doctor in Trouble (1970) and The Simon Dee Show (1970). He was married to Judith Wilson, Sarah Terry and Berry 'Bunny' Cooper. He died on August 29, 2009 in ...
33. Seymour Hicks
Actor | Sleeping Partners
Seymour Hicks was an extremely successful actor and theatrical impresario who flourished from the late 19th century into the 1930s. He was best remembered for his portrayal of Ebenezer Scrooge in Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol".
Born on January 30, 1871 on the Isle of Jersey, he first trod the ...
34. Shamim Ara
Actress | Saiqa
Shamim Ara is a renowned film actress, film producer and film director of Pakistan. She was born in British India at Aligarh in 1938. Her father's name was Syed Ali Ahmad and her maternal grandmother's name was Iqbal Begum who played a very active role in developing Shamim Ara's film career in ...
36. Catherine Finn
Actress | The Deadly Bees
Catherine Finn was born on February 7, 1915 in Dublin, Ireland as Catherine Doris Lucy Finn. She was an actress, known for The Deadly Bees (1966), The Creeping Flesh (1973) and Journey to the Unknown (1968). She was married to Michael Ripper. She died on March 1, 1980 in Emsworth, Hampshire, ...
37. Philip Gilbert
Actor | Superman III
Philip Gilbert was born on March 29, 1930 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada as Phillip Arthur Joseph Bilodeau. He was an actor, known for Superman III (1983), Dentist in the Chair (1960) and The Tomorrow People (1973). He died on January 6, 2004 in Farnborough, Hampshire, England.
38. J. Arthur Rank
Lord 'J. Arthur Rank' was the millionaire flour miller and devout methodist who got into films to spread the gospel. When some early films that he was involved with didn't get a very good circulation he realised that control of the movie theatres was the key to success. He quickly established the ...
42. Susan Denny
Actress | Too Hot to Handle
Susan Denny was born on July 3, 1934 in Gosport, Hampshire, England as Beryl Mary Susan Denny. She was an actress, known for Playgirl After Dark (1960), Department S (1969) and The Sicilians (1964). She was married to Nicholas Anthony Spanos. She died on December 1, 2012 in Lymington, Hampshire.
43. Cliff Michelmore
Actor | Pantomania: Babes in the Wood
Cliff Michelmore was born on December 11, 1919 in Cowes, Isle of Wight, England as Arthur Clifford Michelmore. He was a producer and writer, known for Pantomania: Babes in the Wood (1957), All Your Own (1952) and Playbox (1955). He was married to Jean Metcalfe. He died on March 17, 2016 in ...
44. MacDonald Hobley
Actor | Emma
MacDonald Hobley was born on June 9, 1917 in Port Stanley, Falkland Islands as Dennys Jack Valentine McDonald-Hobley. He was an actor and writer, known for Emma (1948), The Entertainer (1960) and The Saint (1962). He was married to Noel Scott-Gorman. He died on July 30, 1987 in Hampshire, England.
Actress | BBC Sunday-Night Play
Hilda Campbell-Russell began her acting career as a child at the Italia Conti Stage School in London. She made her debut as an indian brave in Peter Pan (1920) with Gladys Cooper in the title lead.
From there she started in rep, where it was a different play in a different venue every week. It was ...
48. Ronald Binge
Soundtrack | Children of Men
Born into a poor family in Derby in 1910, Ronald Binge had to learn music the hard way. After his father, an iron moulder by trade, died from injuries sustained in WW1, the family had no money to spare for music lessons and Ronald had to teach himself, with help from a local choirmaster. His film ...
49. Ronald Wilson
Director | The Pallisers
Ronald Wilson was born on April 2, 1930 in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. He was a director and actor, known for The Pallisers (1974), Paul Temple (1969) and The Black Tower (1985). He was married to Gay Cameron. He died on July 17, 2014 in Offshore, Milford, Hampshire, England.
50. John Galsworthy
Writer | The Skin Game
John Galsworthy was born on August 14, 1867 in Kingston Hill, Surrey, England. He was a writer and actor, known for The Skin Game (1931), That Forsyte Woman (1949) and The Stranger (1924). He was married to Ada Nemesis Pearson Cooper. He died on January 31, 1933 in Grove Lodge, Hampshire, England.