Geoffrey Hutchings

Geoffrey Hutchings' Death

Born (Birthday) June 8, 1939

Death Date July 1, 2010

Age of Death 71 years

Cause of Death Meningitis

Place of Death London, United Kingdom

Profession Movie Actor

The movie actor Geoffrey Hutchings died at the age of 71. Here is all you want to know and more!

Biography - A Short Wiki

Former film, television and stage actor who played a major role in the musical, Poppy. His performance earned him a Laurence Olivier Award for Best Comedy Performance.

He studied French and Physical Education at Birmingham University prior to acting.

For his performance in Poppy, he won the Laurence Olivier Award for Best Comedy Performance in 1982.

Personal Life

He died while married to his second wife, Andi Godfrey, and had three children.

He appeared alongside Clint Eastwood in the film, White Hunter, Black Heart.

How did Geoffrey Hutchings die?

Hutchings died suddenly, in hospital, on the morning of 1 July 2010. The cause of death was meningitis. He was surrounded by his family; second wife Andi Godfrey, and the three children of his first marriage: one son (Nathan Hutchings) and two daughters (Octavia Hutchings and Holly Hutchings).