British actor NEIL NORTH has died. He was 74.
North, who is best known for his role as RONNIE WINSLOW in 1948's The Winslow Boy, passed away on 7 March (07) in London.
He also had small roles in the Oscar-nominated Billy Elliot in 2000 and comedy TOO MUCH TOO YOUNG in 2005.
His last screen appearance was in Robert De Niro's THE GOOD SHEPHERD, released earlier this year (07).
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