Famous People Who Died on June 2
Film Actor, Theater Actor / 1908 - 1990
Rex Harrison was a Tony- and an Oscar-winning English actor known for his film and stage performances. His most famous role is that of Henry Higgins in the film musical My Fair Lady.
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