Death Place Matching "Buckinghamshire, England, UK" (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)
1. Wendy Hiller
Actress | Murder on the Orient Express
Wendy Hiller, daughter of Frank and Marie Hiller, was born on 15th August 1912 in Bramhall, near Stockport, Cheshire, England. She was educated at Winceby House School, Bexhill then moved on to Manchester Repertory Theatre. She appeared on stage in Sir John Barry's tour of Evensong, then as Sally ...
2. John Mills
Actor | Hobson's Choice
Sir John Mills, one of the most popular and beloved English actors, was born Lewis Ernest Watts Mills on February 22, 1908, at the Watts Naval Training College in North Elmham, Norfolk, England. The young Mills grew up in Felixstowe, Suffolk, where his father was a mathematics teacher and his ...
Actor | The Lady Vanishes
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 ...
4. John Gielgud
Actor | Arthur
Born in London, England, John Gielgud trained at Lady Benson's Acting School and RADA, London. Best known for his Shakespearean roles in the theater, he first played Hamlet at the age of 26. He worked under the tutelage of Lilian Bayliss with friend and fellow performer Laurence Olivier and other ...
Actress | The V.I.P.s
Rare is the reference to Margaret Rutherford that doesn't characterize her as either jut-chinned, eccentric, or both. The combination of those most mundane of attributes has led some to suggest that she was made for the role of Agatha Christie's indomitable sleuth, Jane Marple, whom Rutherford ...
6. John Laurie
Actor | The 39 Steps
John Laurie was a Scotsman who would play many character roles in his long career - a lot of Scotsmen to be sure - but an enthusiastic and skilled actor in nearly 120 screen roles. He was the son of a mill worker, and studied for a career in architecture which he indeed began. But with World War I ...
Actor | Ben-Hur
Scottish-born Finlay Currie was a former church organist and choirmaster, who made his stage debut at 20 years of age. It took him 34 more years before making his first film, but he worked steadily for another 30 years after that. Although he was a large, imposing figure, with a rich, deep voice ...
Actor | Der Stand der Dinge
John Paul Getty III was born on November 5, 1956 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA as Jean Paul Getty. He was an actor, known for The State of Things (1982), The Territory (1981) and J. Paul Getty in Sutton Place (1972). He was married to Gisela Getty. He died on February 5, 2011 in Buckinghamshire, ...
9. Hilary Mason
Actress | Don't Look Now
Although a prolific television character actress for almost half a century, Hilary Mason will be best remembered on screen as the blind, psychic Heather in the macabre supernatural thriller "Don't Look Now". The 1973 film starred Julie Christie and Donald Sutherland as John and Laura Baxter, a ...
10. Beryl Reid
Actress | The Killing of Sister George
Beryl Reid was the daughter of Scottish parents and grew up in industrial Manchester, England. She left home at the age of 16 to go and work in a shop. She lasted 6 weeks. She applied for and was accepted in a revue in the Summer season in Bridlington. She had no formal training but joined the ...
11. Stringer Davis
Actor | Murder She Said
Stringer Davis was born on June 4, 1899 in Birkenhead, Cheshire, England as James Buckley Stringer Davis. He was an actor, known for Murder She Said (1961), Murder Most Foul (1964) and Murder at the Gallop (1963). He was married to Margaret Rutherford. He died on August 29, 1973 in Chalfont St. ...
12. Michael Denison
Actor | The Importance of Being Earnest
One of the finest exponents of the art of light comedy acting, Michael Denison enjoyed a highly successful career both on stage and screen. He and his wife, actress Dulcie Gray, appeared in over 100 West End shows and their marriage, which lasted nearly sixty years, was regarded as one of the ...
13. John Junkin
Actor | A Hard Day's Night
An influential figure in the world of British television comedy during the 1960s and 70s, actor and comedian John Junkin wrote scripts for such shows as The Army Game, The World of Beachcomber, Queenie's Castle, plus scripts for many comedians, including Ted Ray, Jim Davidson, Bob Monkhouse and ...
15. Tenniel Evans
Actor | Knights of God
Tenniel Evans briefly attended the British Army officer training centre Sandhurst (1945-1946). He studied German and economics at St. Andrews University (1946-1949). He attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (1949-1951) and acted on stage from 1951, although he also had an in-between job as a ...
Actor | Thunderball
Reginald Beckwith was born on November 2, 1908 in York, England as William Reginald Beckwith. He was an actor and writer, known for Thunderball (1965), Curse of the Demon (1957) and Man with a Million (1954). He died on June 26, 1965 in Bourne End, Buckinghamshire, England.
17. Mary Hayley Bell
Writer | Scott of the Antarctic
Mary Hayley Bell was born on January 22, 1911 in Shanghai, China. She was a writer and actress, known for Scott of the Antarctic (1948), Gypsy Girl (1966) and Whistle Down the Wind (1961). She was married to John Mills. She died on December 1, 2005 in Denham, Buckinghamshire, England.
18. John Mortimer
Writer | Bunny Lake Is Missing
John Mortimer was a prolific writer for the theatre, films (starting during World War II, when he wrote scripts for the Crown Film Unit), television and radio. He also writes fiction and was a trial attorney for more than 30 years. Arguably his most famous creation is Horace Rumpole, "barrister at ...
20. Roy Castle
Actor | Carry On... Up the Khyber
Roy Castle was born on August 31, 1932 in Holmfirth, West Yorkshire, England. He was an actor, known for Carry On... Up the Khyber (1968), Dr. Who and the Daleks (1965) and Dr. Terror's House of Horrors (1965). He was married to Fiona Dickson. He died on September 2, 1994 in Gerrards Cross, ...
21. Virginia Maskell
Actress | Interlude
This ill-fated British actress was born in the Shepherd's Bush area of London, England, on February 27, 1936. After the outbreak of World War II, young Virginia and her family were evacuated to South Africa. She eventually returned to London and entered a convent school where the pretty, grey-eyed ...
22. Terry Wogan
Actor | Ashes to Ashes
Terry Wogan was born on August 3, 1938 in Limerick, Ireland as Michael Terence Wogan. He was an actor, known for Ashes to Ashes (2008), The Goodies (1970) and Auntie's Sporting Bloomers (1995). He was married to Helen Joyce. He died on January 31, 2016 in Buckinghamshire, England.
23. Everley Gregg
Actress | Brief Encounter
Thin-lipped, dark-haired British character actress, whose gallery of strong-minded women included nosy neighbours, snivelling sycophants and acidulous spinsters. Trained at RADA, she was primarily active on the English stage, with roles in "Grand Hotel" (1931) and "The Importance of Being Earnest" ...
24. Alan Hume
Cinematographer | Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi
Alan Hume was born on October 16, 1924 in London, England as George Alan Hume. He is known for his work on Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi (1983), Octopussy (1983) and For Your Eyes Only (1981). He was married to Sheila Hume. He died on July 13, 2010 in Chalfont St. Giles, ...
25. G.K. Chesterton
Writer | Father Brown
Prolific English poet, novelist, essayist G (ilbert) K(eith) Chesterton was born in London on 29 May 1874. He was traditional, extolling the virtues of the 'little man', and the romantic, pre-modern past. He rejected the experimental in art as well as life, and distrusted the state and the modern ...
27. Al Ashton
Actor | EverAfter
Al Ashton was born on June 26, 1957 in Birmingham, Warwickshire, England as Alan Hunter. He was an actor and writer, known for Ever After: A Cinderella Story (1998), Gladiator (2000) and Screenplay (1986). He was married to Sue Gibson. He died on April 27, 2007 in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, ...
28. Peter Rogers
Producer | Carry on Columbus
Peter Rogers was born in Rochester, Kent, on 20th February 1914. Educated at Kings School, Rochester, he began his career as a journalist on the "Kentish Express". Moving to the theatre in the late 1930s, he became Auriol Lee's assistant on such classic West End productions as J.B. Priestley's "...
29. Roger Milner
Actor | Brideshead Revisited
Roger Milner was born on April 2, 1925 in Hexham, Northumberland, England. He was an actor and writer, known for Brideshead Revisited (1981), The Queen's Guards (1961) and BBC2 Playhouse (1973). He was married to Carol Snape. He died on February 22, 2014 in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England.
30. David Tomblin
Assistant Director | Gandhi
Widely regarded as the finest 1st Assistant Director in the World, and co-creator, Producer, Director, and writer of The Prisoner (1967).
Born across the road from Borehamwood Studios in 1931, Tomblin entered the film business at the age of 14 before National Service saw him take a break for a stint...
31. Ken Barrie
Soundtrack | Sharks' Treasure
Ken Barrie was born on January 9, 1933 in Tunstall, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England as Leslie Hulme. He was an actor, known for Sharks' Treasure (1975), Emily (1976) and The Silent Scream (1979). He was married to Doreen Pye. He died on July 29, 2016 in Denham, Buckinghamshire, England.
32. Ernie Wise
Writer | The Morecambe & Wise Show
Ernie Wise was born on November 27, 1925 in Bramley, Leeds, Yorkshire, England as Ernest Wiseman. He was a writer and actor, known for The Morecambe & Wise Show (1968), Night Train to Murder (1984) and Two of a Kind (1961). He was married to Doreen Blythe. He died on March 21, 1999 in Wexham, ...
33. Frankie Vaughan
Soundtrack | Let's Make Love
He was a British pop singing star with Top 10, hits including "Kisses Sweeter Than Wine" and "Green Door". He studied at Leeds College of Art, but switched to show business after his audition succeeded and led to week's work in music hall. He went on to stardom as "Mr. Moonlight" in English ...
34. Edwin Greenwood
Writer | Young and Innocent
Edwin Greenwood was born on August 27, 1895 in Fulham, London, England as Theodore Edwin Greenwood. He was a director and writer, known for Young and Innocent (1937), The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934) and What Money Can Buy (1928). He was married to Mollie Jones. He died on September 17, 1939 in ...
35. Stanley A. Long
Producer | Naughty!
Stanley A. Long was born on November 26, 1933 in London, England as Stanley Alfred Long. He was a producer and cinematographer, known for Naughty! (1974), Bread (1971) and Adventures of a Taxi Driver (1976). He died on September 10, 2012 in Buckinghamshire, England.
37. Charles Orme
Producer | The Man with the Golden Gun
Charles Orme was a British film producer. He worked regularly with Powell & Pressburger, Ralph Thomas, Basil Dearden and John Boorman. He has over 50 credits on a number of classics including The 39 Steps (1959), Khartoum (1966), Deliverance (1972), The Man with the Golden Gun (1974) and The Omen (...
Actress | Roman Holiday
The daughter of a missionary in Japan, Margaret was educated at Oxford High School and Lady Margaret Hall, also in Oxford. She began her career with the Macdona Players, Bernard Shaw Rep., then Little Theatre, London and New York. She played many outstanding roles in West End and New York theatre.
41. John P. Fulton
Visual Effects | The Ten Commandments
Born in Nebraska, John P. Fulton moved with his family to California in 1914. His father, adamant that John NOT become involved with the movie industry, insisted that he study electrical engineering; after graduating from high school, he worked as a surveyor, but frequently took time out to watch D...
42. Harry Watt
Director | The Siege of Pinchgut
Scottish-born director Harry Watt began his career in the 1930s, and directed several documentaries during World War II, most notably Target for Tonight (1941). He went to Ealing Studios after the war, and the five films he made there were all shot in Africa or Australia. He turned to directing ...
43. Harold Warrender
Actor | Pandora and the Flying Dutchman
Harold Warrender was born on November 15, 1903 in London, England as Harold John Warrender. He was an actor and writer, known for Pandora and the Flying Dutchman (1951), Ivanhoe (1952) and Scott of the Antarctic (1948). He was married to Constance Elizabeth Fowles. He died on May 6, 1953 in ...
44. Elizabeth Taylor
Writer | Mrs. Palfrey at the Claremont
Elizabeth Taylor was born on July 3, 1912 in Reading, Berkshire, England as Elizabeth Coles. She was a writer, known for Mrs. Palfrey at the Claremont (2005), Angel (2007) and All for Love (1982). She was married to John Taylor and John William Kendall Taylor. She died on November 19, 1975 in Penn,...
46. Adrian Brunel
Director | The Constant Nymph
Producer/director Adrian Brunel was a major director in England during the 1920s and 1930s. He founded Minerva Films in partnership with actor Leslie Howard, but his career started to fade during World War II. He later founded the London Film Society, an organization dedicated to eliminating ...
47. Janet Green
Writer | Sapphire
British screenwriter and playwright, often in collaboration with her husband, the writer and theatre manager John McCormick. Green started as an actress in 1931, appearing in Aldwych farces. She gave up acting in 1945 upon writing her first play. Green and her husband were under contract to the ...
48. Philip Strange
Actor | Loyalties
Philip Strange was born on June 4, 1884 in Remenham, Berkshire, England as Philip Golding Simmons. He was an actor, known for Loyalties (1933), Bright Lights (1930) and The Rescue (1929). He was married to Annie Louise Crawford and Madeline Seymour. He died on January 5, 1963 in Marlow, ...
49. Barbara Castle
Self | The Complete Churchill
Was a British Labour Party politician who was the Member of Parliament for Blackburn from 1945 to 1979, making her the longest-serving female MP in the history of the House of Commons, until that record was broken in 2007. She later became the Member of the European Parliament for Greater ...
50. Val Doonican
Soundtrack | Ring of Bright Water
Val Doonican was born on February 3, 1927 in Waterford, Co. Waterford, Republic of Ireland as Michael Valentine Doonican. He was a writer and actor, known for Ring of Bright Water (1969), The Val Doonican Show (1970) and Saturday Variety (1972). He was married to Lynette Rae. He died on July 1, ...