English Actor John Steiner’s Cause of Death Revealed
According to official sources, tall, thin, and gaunt English actor John Steiner’s cause of death was announced after the legend took his last breath on July 31, 2022, at the age of 81.
May he rest in peace; we send our deepest sympathies to his loved ones, family, friends, and fans. Steiner attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, served for a few years at the BBC, and later mainly played in Italian films.
The heartbreaking passing news was confirmed and announced by social media users. The Nasty Pasty wrote in a statement shared on Twitter, “We’re hearing reports that British actor John Steiner has sadly passed away in a car accident in the last few days.”
The statement then came to add, “He’ll always be in our memory, starring in some of our favorite Italian classics. RIP Mr. Steiner.”
Steiner found work primarily in films including Marat/Sade (1967), and the original Bedazzled (1967) with Peter Cook and Dudley Moore. In 1969, Steiner was hired to play a part in the Spaghetti Western Tepepa and also appeared opposite Franco Nero in White Fang, directed by Lucio Fulci. In 1971 he starred in the television series Hine.
In 1979 he appeared in the leading role of Leo in a television production of Design for Living by Noël Coward.
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A Car Accident Became John Steiner’s Cause of Death
Celebrities’ death news always breaks many hearts, but fans kindly remember memories, and their idols are alive in their hearts even after death. Although John Steiner’s cause of death was not released by official sources at this time, he lost his life in a car accident.
Our team does not confirm any rumors about the news, though you can be sure that we are attempting our best to find related information about the tragedy and provide the latest updates as soon as possible; but, do not forget that family privacy should be respected.
He saw himself in request in Italy and relocated there, appearing in a great number of Italian exploitation and B-films including police actioners (Violent Rome), westerns (Mannaja), war films (The Last Hunter), Nazisploitation (Deported Women of the SS Special Section), sci-fi adventure films (Yor, the Hunter from the Future).
He also starred in horror films, such as Mario Bava’s Shock, Dario Argento’s Tenebrae, and Ruggero Deodato’s Body Count. He additionally became a favorite of famed Italian filmmaker Tinto Brass, playing in Salon Kitty, the infamous Caligula, Action, and Paprika.
Steiner was in very steady demand until the late 1980s. As the Italian film industry dwindled, Steiner quit acting in 1991 and moved to California, where he became an incredibly successful and well-respected real estate agent.