Hilary Heath Death
Hilary passed away on March 30, 2020 at the age of 74. Hilary's cause of death was Coronavirus.
When did Hilary Heath die?March 30, 2020
How did Hilary Heath die? What was the cause of death?Coronavirus
How old was Hilary Heath when died?74
Hilary Heath Birthday and Date of Death
Hilary Heath was born on May 6, 1945 and died on March 30, 2020. Hilary was 74 years old at the time of death.
Birthday: May 6, 1945
Date of Death: March 30, 2020
Age at Death: 74
Hilary Heath Coronavirus
Does Hilary Heath Have the coronavirus?
Hilary Heath has died from coronavirus (COVID-19) on March 30, 2020.
Hilary Heath - Biography
Hilary Dwyer (born 6 May 1945, in Liverpool, Lancashire) is a former actress, businessperson and film producer.
Dwyer is best known for appearing in several horror films distributed by American International Pictures in the late 1960s and early 1970s, most notably her first feature film, Michael Reeves' Witchfinder General (1968), starring Vincent Price, in which she played Sara Lowes, and gave a "sensitive performance...intelligent and articulate." Of the role, Dwyer later recalled "I don't think that I realised I was the star". Dwyer enjoyed working with Reeves, describing him as "terrific, we became really good friends". In a 2010 interview at the Southend Film Festival, Dwyer described her interview for Witchfinder General as her "first casting call", in which she was "absolutely terrified" because she "knew no-one".
In 1973, Dwyer set up the talent agency Duncan Heath Associates with her then husband-to-be, Duncan Heath, who is now the co-chairman of the Independent Talent Group Ltd. In a 2002 interview in the Financial Times, Heath said of Dwyer "She introduced me to a lot of people – if it wasn't for her it wouldn't have happened."
Dwyer married Heath in 1974 and they divorced in 1989. They had two children, Laura and Daniel; the latter would later become a successful film composer.