Sylvia Syms Obituary, Death – Sylvia Syms, who was 89 years old when she passed away, was perhaps most recognized for her major performance in the film Ice Cold in Alex. According to a statement sent by her daughters, the British actor “passed away quietly” early on Friday (27 January) morning at Denville Hall, a care home in London that caters to individuals working in the entertainment sector. This morning, our mother Sylvia passed away in a calm and serene manner.
Beatie and Ben Edney commented that their daughter had “had a beautiful life” and had brought them “joy and laughter right up till the end.” The day before yesterday, the two of us were talking about all the exciting times we’ve had together. She will be greatly and profoundly missed. They continued by saying, “We would also like to take this opportunity to thank everyone at Denville Hall for the truly exceptional care they have taken of our Mum over the course of the previous year.
Syms was raised in Well Hall, Elthan, by his parents, Daisy and Edwin Syms, after he was born in Woolwich, London, in 1934. She attended the renowned acting school Rada prior to earning her first on-screen credit, which was for an episode of the television series Terminus, which aired in 1955. She went on to star in well over one hundred films and television shows, with the drama about the war titled Ice Cold in Alex (1958) and the crime thriller titled Victim being her most well-known roles (1961).