Hilary Heath, an actress of Wuthering Heights has lost her life to novel coronavirus at the age of 74. Her godson Alex Williams confirmed the news of her death.
She was best known for her work in films such as Witchfinder General (1968) and Wuthering Heights (1970). Her godson Alex took to Facebook and paid tribute to her.
He wrote: “We lost my godmother Hilary Heath to COVID-19 last week. She was a force of nature, and I can’t bear it that she is no longer with us.”
Hilary had started her career as a screen and stage actress in the 1960s and 1970s. In 1990s she then started working as a producer. Heath had made films such as Nil by Mouth (Gary Oldman) and An Awfully Big Adventure (Hugh Grant, Alan Rickman).
Hilary was presented with a master’s degree from Oxford in psychology in her mid-60s. Wuthering Heights star specialized in CBT and started working as an addiction counselor.
Hilary had worked all around the world in different clinics for free or some time with distressed people. She considered her work as the most valuable work.