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

14 names.

1. Imogen Hassall

Actress | Carry on Loving

Imogen Hassall is sometimes referred to as "The Countess of Cleavage" as she was better known for her glamorous celebrity than her acting talent. Imogen was born on August 25 1942, in Woking, Surrey, England and rose to prominence in the late 1960s and early 1970s as an international B-movie ...

2. Michael Goodliffe

Actor | A Night to Remember

Michael Goodliffe was born on October 1, 1914 in Bebington, Cheshire, England as Lawrence Michael Andrew Goodliffe. He was an actor, known for A Night to Remember (1958), Peeping Tom (1960) and Quentin Durward (1955). He died on March 20, 1976 in Wimbledon, London, England.

3. James Hunt

Transportation Department | Bobby Deerfield

James Hunt was known as Hunt The Shunt for his many accidents in lower formulas. He started his F1 career in 1973, driving for the maverick Hesketh team. Known for its wild parties and eccentric attitude, Hesketh wasn't taken too seriously by rival teams, but after competitive outings in 1974 and ...

4. Derek Francis

Actor | Scrooge

Derek Francis was born on November 7, 1923 in Brighton, East Sussex, England. He was an actor, known for Scrooge (1970), Carry on Abroad (1972) and The Six Proud Walkers (1962). He was married to Penelope Elsden Smith. He died on March 27, 1984 in Wimbledon, London, England.

5. Jill Esmond

Actress | The Skin Game

Jill Esmond was born on January 26, 1908 in London, England, UK. She was 23-years-old when she first came to prominence when she first appeared in The Skin Game (1931) in 1931. Once Jill got in the groove, she kept up a steady pace. Three more films followed in 1931 and five more came her way the ...

6. Francis Searle

Director | Celia

Francis Searle was one of the more prolific of British directors. He started his career in 1936, making one-reel shorts, and graduated to two-reel documentaries and low-grade "B" pictures. In the 1970s he turned out a string of 30-minute comedies.

His original career was as a layout artist in the ...

7. Sid Field

Actor | London Town

Sid Field was born on April 1, 1904 in Birmingham, England as Sidney Arthur Field. He was an actor, known for London Town (1946), That's the Ticket (1940) and Cardboard Cavalier (1949). He was married to Constance Dawkins (aka Connie Dawkins, stage actress). He died on February 3, 1950 in Wimbledon...

8. Sandy Denny

Soundtrack | Crush

Sandy Denny was born on January 6, 1947 in London, England as Alexandra Elene MacLean Denny. She was married to Trevor Lucas. She died on April 21, 1978 in Wimbledon, London.

9. Eileen Sharp

Actress | Love from a Stranger

Eileen Sharp was born on September 20, 1900 in Brighton, England. She was an actress, known for Love from a Stranger (1938). She was married to Dr. Douglas Clive Shields. She died on March 25, 1958 in Wimbledon, London, England.

10. Ken Weston

Sound Department | Gladiator

11. Hetty King

Actress | Lilacs in the Spring

Hetty King was born on April 21, 1883 in New Brighton, Merseyside, England as Winifred Emms. She was an actress, known for Let's Make Up (1954), Hetty King: Performer (1970) and Omnibus (1967). She was married to Alexander William Lamond and Ernie Lotinga. She died on September 28, 1972 in ...

12. Adrian Borland

Self | La edad de oro

Adrian Borland was born on December 6, 1957 in London, England. He died on April 26, 1999 in Wimbledon, London.

13. Harold Richmond

Producer | The Night Won't Talk

Harold Richmond was born in 1902 in the UK as Harold S. Richmond. He was a production manager and assistant director, known for The Night Won't Talk (1952), Forbidden (1949) and Distant Trumpet (1952). He died on February 6, 1953 in Wimbledon, Surrey [now in Merton, London], England.

14. Ted Drake

Self | The Arsenal Stadium Mystery

Ted Drake was born on August 16, 1912 in Southampton, Hampshire, England as Edward Joseph Drake. He died on May 30, 1995 in Wimbledon, London, England.

14 names.