British film and Tv star Diane Clare has died, aged 74.
The actress passed away four years after the death of her husband, author Barry England, according to Britain's Daily Telegraph. No further information was available as Wenn went to press.
Clare racked up a number of roles throughout the 1950s and '60s, including the part of Angela Lansbury's daughter in The Reluctant Debutante, even though she was just 12 years younger than her onscreen mum.
She also played a nurse in the 1958 movie Ice Cold in Alex alongside Sir John Mills, and appeared in classic horror movie The Plague of the Zombies in 1966. Her last film role was in The Hand of Night in 1968.
She is survived by her daughter Kate and son Christopher.
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