Fritha Goodey (Fritha Goodey)

Fritha Goodey

Actress. A native of Kingston-Upon-Thames, Surrey, England, Goodey is best known for her role as ‘Moira Gatewood’ on the British television series, “Dr. Willoughby” in 1999. Goodey also appeared in the films, “The Red Phone: Manhunt” (2001), “About A Boy” (2002), “Case Of Evil” (2002), “Bookcruncher” (2002), “The Lost Prince” (2003), and “When I’m Sixty-Four” (2004). She also appeared on television in the shows, “Table 12,” and “The Randall & Hopkirk (Deceased)” (2000). She passed away from stab wound at the age of 32 in September 2004 in her Notting Hill, London, England, home. At the time of her death she was to appear in a play entitled, “Man And Boy.” (bio by: K) Cause of death: Suicide


  • October, 23, 1972
  • England


  • September, 09, 2004
  • England

Cause of Death

  • Suicide


  • West London Crematorium
  • England

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