Hollywood horror film icon Barbara Shelley is no more. He died Monday at the age of 88.
Shelley contracted Kovid-19 in December but later recovered from the disease. According to Dailystar.co.uk, his agent, Thomas Bowlington, was hired by P.A. Confirming the death to the media, he said: “It was not Kovid who took him, he has underlying issues.”
The actress, who shot stardom in the 1950s due to her numerous successes in horror films made by Hammer Film Productions, has been dubbed the ‘Technicolor Queen Ham Hammer’.
She was best known for her roles in films such as “The Gorgon” (1964), “Dracula” (1958), “Prince D’Farkness” (1987) and “Rasputin: The Mad Monk” (1966).
Born as Barbara Covin, she also had a stellar appearance on American television shows. She was best known for her roles in the TV series “The Saint”, “The Avengers”, “The Burgesses”, “Blake’s 7” and “Crown Court”, and later in the EastEnders starring Hester Samuels.
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