Tv Actor

Nigel Hawthorne – Cause of Death, Age, Date, and Facts

The TV actor Nigel Hawthorne passed away at age 72, this age of death has to be considered respectable. What was the cause of death? Below is all you want to know regarding the death of Nigel Hawthorne and more!

Biography - A Short Wiki

Award-winning British actor who became known for his television roles in “Yes Minister” and “Yes, Prime Minister.”

He was born in England and raised in South Africa, and he studied briefly at the University of Cape Town before beginning his acting career.

His numerous acting awards include five BAFTAS for his television work in “Yes, Prime Minister” and “The Fragile Heart,” and an Academy Award nomination for his film role in “The Madness of King George.” He was also a recipient of Tony and Olivier Awards for his theatrical work.

How did Nigel Hawthorne die?

Nigel Hawthorne's death was caused by heart attack.

Hawthorne died from a heart attack at his home on 26 December 2001, aged 72. He had recently undergone several operations for pancreatic cancer, which he was diagnosed with in mid-2000, but had been discharged from hospital for the Christmas holidays.

Information about the death of Nigel Hawthorne
Cause of deathHeart Attack
Age of death72 years
ProfessionTv Actor
BirthdayApril 5, 1929
Death dateDecember 26, 2001
Place of deathRadwell, United Kingdom
Place of burialN/A

Quotes by Nigel Hawthorne

"In America, people come up to me and say, 'Hi, Sir Humph!'"

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"It was hard to get work when I was a young actor."

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"Just as Jack Lewis could go through a whole life without meeting someone that he loved, so you can go through whole career on the stage, never meeting a play that says the kind of things you feel deeply about!"

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"People still talk about 'Yes, Minister.' Americans, too; they love it. It was a happy period for me and it did change my life."

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"In my mornings I can do what I like - go to art galleries, museums and things, go to lunch with people."

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