1950s Film Actress, Television Personality Dies at 91 Years Old

March 20, 2018Mar 20, 2018

On Tuesday, March 20th, news broke that a popular 1950s actress and television personality sadly passed away. Katie Boyle was 91 years old at the time of her death.

According to BBC, she will be remembered for her glamour and sophistication. During her lifetime, she acted in several 1950s films, modeled, and appeared on panel shows.

Some of her films include “Not Wanted on Voyage,” “The French, They Are a Funny Race,” and “Intent to Kill.” One of her most recent television appearances was on “The Weakest Link” in 2004.

Boyle was reportedly best-known for hosting Eurovision Song Contest in the UK during the 1960s and 1970s. Eurovision is an international television song competition in which several different countries participate every year.

Fans, friends, and others in the entertainment industry paid a tribute to Boyle via social media after the sad news of her death was released. One post insists the actress died peacefully in her home.



Please pray for her friends, family, and loved ones during this difficult time. May God bring them peace and comfort.

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