Laurence Harvey’s Death – Cause and Date

Born (Birthday)

Oct 1, 1928

Death Date

Nov 25, 1973

Age of Death

45 years

Cause of Death

Stomach Cancer

Place of Death

Nov 25, 1973

Profession

Movie Actor

The movie actor Laurence Harvey died at the age of 45. Here is all you want to know, and more!

Biography - A Short Wiki

Lithuania leading actor who was nominated for a 1960 Academy Award for his role in Room at the Top. Following his success, he played Texan commander William Barret Travis in The Alamo.

He was married to his third wife, Paulene Stone, from 1972 to 1973.

Quotes

"

“During ‘Manchurian Candidate’ – that role originated with Laurence Harvey, and I studied everything he did. I would never be able to reproduce that performance, but I got a lot of ideas from watching it.” (Liev Schreiber)

"

“Pop managers are fixed in the dramatic stock character repertoire too, ever since the first British pop film musical, Wolf Mankowitz’s ‘Expresso Bongo’ of 1959, with Cliff Richard as Bongo Herbert and Laurence Harvey as his manager. The key components were cast as X parts gay, X parts Jewish and triple X opportunistic.” (Peter York)