Flora Robson


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Flora Robson

Flora Robson Death

Flora passed away on July 7, 1984 at the age of 82 in Brighton, Sussex, England, UK. Flora's cause of death was cancer.

Flora Robson death quick facts:
  • When did Flora Robson die?

    July 7, 1984
  • How did Flora Robson die? What was the cause of death?

  • How old was Flora Robson when died?

  • Where did Flora Robson die? What was the location of death?

    Brighton, Sussex, England, UK

Flora Robson Birthday and Date of Death

Flora Robson was born on March 28, 1902 and died on July 7, 1984. Flora was 82 years old at the time of death.

Birthday: March 28, 1902
Date of Death: July 7, 1984
Age at Death: 82

Flora Robson's sisters :

Flora has 2 sisters:
  • Margaret Robson
  • Shela Robson

Flora Robson - Biography

Biography by Hal EricksonBest known for her queenly and aristocratic film roles, Flora Robson was bankrolled by her father for her studies at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. After winning an RADA Bronze Medal, Robson made her professional debut in 1921. Even in her youth, she specialized in aged character parts; her biggest stage success along these lines was Autumn. In films from 1931, Robson's finest movie work included two appearances as Queen Elizabeth I (in 1937's Fire Over England and 1940's The Sea Hawk) and one each as Empress Dowager Livia (in the unfinished I, Claudius) and 18th century Empress Elizabeth (in 1934's Catherine the Great). Her "literary" roles include Ellen in Wuthering Heights (1939) (her first American film) and the unfortunate Ftatateeta in Caesar and Cleopatra (1945). In 1945, she was nominated for an Oscar for her supporting performance as a mulatto maidservant in Saratoga Trunk. Made a Dame of the British Empire in 1960, Flora Robson continued her stage and film work until retiring after the 1981 fantasy flick Clash of the Titans.