Josephine Ann Tewson was a popular stage and TV actress from Britain. Josephine was 91 years of age when she reached death. let us dig into the death of an extremely popular actress of her time.
what was the reason for the death of Actress Josephine Tewson?
Josephine last starred in Last of the Summer Wine and Keeping Up Appearances has died.
Her agent has informed us about the location and time of her death. Thursday evening, August 18th, at Denville Hall, an actor retirement community in Northwood, northeast London is where Josphine took her last breath.
Josephine was born in Hampstead and she got trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London, for a degree in 1952.
Her agency made a statement about Josephine’s death.
“We announce the demise of Josephine Tewson with deep regret”
She was not suffering from any major diseases, as far as reports are concerned she died a natural death.
We have been trying to contact to the family of late Josephine but the family is currently busy mourning the death of their loved family member.
Cinema work by Josephine Tewson and her memorable work.
Elizabeth “Liz” Warden, Hyacinth Bucket’s patient next-door neighbor in Keeping Up Appearances, Miss Davenport in Last of the Summer Wine, and Edna Hawkins (“Mrs H”) in Shelley. Josephine was active on stage and on TV for many years.
Josephine was from a family of achievers. Her Mom Kate was born in 1908 and was a nurse, whose father was Haydn Morley, who led Sheffield Wednesday in the 1890 FA Cup Final. Her father, William, was a professional musician who played the double bass in the BBC Symphony Orchestra.
Josephine Tewson Married life , divorce and living alone:
Josephine Tewson was married twice, her first marriage with Leonard Rossiter, an actor lasted for three years from 1958 to 1961. after 9 years she was able to find another man in 1972 but he also died after 8 years in 1980. since then she has been living without a husband.
Tributes from some fans who are alive have come.
Josephine Tewson’s finest moment in Keeping Up Appearances when Elizabeth practises handling Hyacinth’s Royal Doulton china… She worked SO well with Patricia Routledge. RIP Josephine.