Movie Actor

Stanley Baker – Cause of Death, Date of Death, Age at Death

The movie actor Stanley Baker passed away at age 48, this age of death has to be considered premature. What was the cause of death? Below is all you want to know regarding the death of Stanley Baker and more!

Biography - A Short Wiki

Notable for his roles in the 1950s films Hell Drivers, Violent Playground, The Angry Hills, and Yesterday’s Enemy, he is also remembered for his work as a movie producer. After forming his Diamond Films company, he produced the 1964 Michael Caine film Zulu.

He appeared in his first film, Undercover, in his early teens and went on to perform with Richard Burton in a London West End stage production of The Druid’s Rest.

A heavy smoker, he died of lung cancer in his late forties.

How did Stanley Baker die?

Stanley Baker's death was caused by pneumonia.

Critically acclaimed for his performance as an Oxford don in Accident (1967). Baker was knighted in 1976 a month before he died of lung cancer at 49.

Information about the death of Stanley Baker
Cause of deathPneumonia
Age of death48 years
ProfessionMovie Actor
BirthdayFebruary 28, 1928
Death dateJune 28, 1976
Place of deathMálaga, Spain
Place of burialN/A