Prunella Ransome

Prunella Ransome was a popular English actress. She was born in January 1943 in Croydon, to Jimmy Ransome and his wife. British actress Prunella Ransome was a beautiful petite lady (height: 5’4 1/2) with an impressive face and gorgeous smile. She died in 2002, in Norwich, at the age of 59.

Prunella’s father was the headmaster of West Hill Park public school, Titchfield, Hampshire. Later on, Ransome studied at Elmhurst School for Dance. Prunella Ransome biography begins with her performing as a teenager.

Her famous movies include: Who Can Kill a Child? (1976), Far from the Madding… (1967), Alfred the Great (1969), Man in the Wilderness (1971), A Horseman Riding By (Since 1978).

Ransome’s daughter Victoria Prunella Ransome was born in 1975. Her daughter Charlotte Prunella Ransome was born in 1973.

How did Prunella Ransome die? Prunella Jane Ransome died of natural causes in Norwich, on 4 March 2002.