British Actress Fritha Goodey Found Dead in London Home

Obituaries   British Actress Fritha Goodey Found Dead in London Home British actress Fritha Goodey, who was scheduled to star with David Suchet in an upcoming Cambridge production of Terence Rattigan's Man and Boy next month, was found dead at her Notting Hill, London, home on Sept. 8.
Fritha Goodey
Fritha Goodey

Ms. Goodey, 32, was found with stab wounds in her chest. According to the BBC News, two notes were found in the apartment. A post-mortem examination is being conducted. The UK tour of Man and Boy was to have begun on Sept. 22. Goodey had acted at the National Theatre and Out of Joint. Her credits included Harold Pinter's adaptation of Proust's Remembrance of Things Past, in which she played Odette, Some Explicit Poloroids, Much Ado About Nothing, Romeo and Juliet, She Stoops to Conquer and A Laughing Matter.

Films included "About a Boy." She appeared in the television productions "When I'm 64," "The Lost Prince," "Case of Evil" and "Dr. Willoughby."