Shirley Anne Field: What was Shirley Anne’s cause of death?

Shirley Anne Field
Shirley Anne Field

The world of entertainment was saddened by the news of the passing of Shirley Anne Field, a talented actress who graced both stage and screen for decades.

Field, who passed away at the age of 87, left behind a legacy of unforgettable performances and a career filled with iconic roles.

Shirley Anne Field: Cause of death

The official cause of death for Shirley Anne Field has not been released, however some sources have speculated that she died of natural causes.

A statement shared by her representative from her family said: “It is with great sadness that we are sharing the news that Shirley Anne Field passed away peacefully on Sunday 10 December 2023, surrounded by her family and friends.

“Shirley Anne will be greatly missed and remembered for her unbreakable spirit and her amazing legacy spanning more than five decades on stage and screen.”

Who was Shirley Anne Field?

Shirley Anne Field (born Shirley Broomfield; 27 June 1936 – 10 December 2023) was an English actress who performed on stage, film and television since 1955, prominent during the British New Wave.

Broomfield was born in Forest Gate, Essex (now in the London Borough of Newham).

She was the third of four children, with two elder sisters and a younger brother, Earnest “Guy” Broomfield (c. 1939–1999).

In 1960, Field’s breakthrough came when she was chosen by Tony Richardson to play the role of model Tina Lapford in The Entertainer (1960), starring Laurence Olivier, distributed by Bryanston Films. Half a century later, she clarified that she did not owe her break to Olivier: “It was Tony Richardson I owe it all to.”

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