Death Place Matching "Roehampton, London, England, UK" (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)
1. James Beck
Actor | Dad's Army
Londoner James Beck took to the Theatre at the end of his National Service, playing roles as diverse as Shylock to Archie Rice in "The Entertainer". His role as Cockney spiv Private Walker in Dad's Army made him a familiar face, if not a familiar name. His life was cut short before a potentially ...
Actor | Carry On... Up the Khyber
Cardew Robinson was born on August 14, 1917 in Goodmayes, Essex [now in Redbridge, London], England as Douglas John Cardew Robinson. He was an actor and writer, known for Carry On Up the Khyber (1968), The Avengers (1961) and The Two Ronnies (1971). He was married to Ellen Kay. He died on December ...
3. Joe Ritchie
Actor | The Avengers
Joe Ritchie was the only child of Bud Ritchie (Joseph Boon)a vaudeville artist born in Liverpool to oil cloth merchant Charles Boon.
Was both a stage and TV actor appearing as a leading man on the stage in his early years. He suffered from Parkinson's disease towards the end of his life. He was ...
Actor | The Gnomes of Dulwich
Ronald Fletcher was born on July 10, 1910 in Salisbury, Wiltshire, England as Ronald Stephen Fletcher. He was an actor, known for The Gnomes of Dulwich (1969), My Pal Bob (1957) and Twice a Fortnight (1967). He died on February 6, 1996 in Roehampton, London, England.
Actor | Whom the Gods Love
British operatic bass. Studied at the Guildhall School of Music 1931-35 under the tenor Walter Hyde. First appearance 1933 with the Halle Orchestra in Manchester. London debut: Verdi REQUIEM under Beecham. Sang at Glyndebourne Opera 1937-39. Sang King Marke opposite Kirsten Flagstad's Isolde in ...
11. Lew Stone
Music Department | Bitter Sweet
Lew Stone was born on May 28, 1898 in London, England as Louis Steinberg. He is known for his work on Bitter Sweet (1933), The Love Contract (1932) and The Little Damozel (1933). He was married to Joyce Stone. He died on February 13, 1969 in Roehampton, London.