Anna Calder-Marshall in 'King Lear' (1984)
Anna Calder-Marshall (1947 - )
Daughter of novelist Arthur Calder-Marshall
Mrs. David Burke
Wuthering Heights (1970) [Cathy Earnshaw Linton]: Dies in childbirth (off-screen). We only see her screaming as she starts to go into labor, followed by a scene of Judy Cornwell going to break the news to Timothy Dalton (who realizes the truth from the expression on Judy's face, without her having to say a word). Anna's ghost later appears to Timothy on the moors. (See also Merle Oberon and Juliette Binoche in the 1939 and 1992 versions, respectively.)

King Lear (1984) [Cordelia]: Executed by hanging (off-screen); her body is shown afterwards when her father (Laurence Olivier) carries her out.

Titus Andronicus (1985) [Lavinia]: Killed by her father (Trevor Peacock) in front of his dinner guests. (I haven't seen this, so I don't know the method of death in this version.) (See also Laura Fraser in the 1999 version.)
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