Nicholas Mosley


Age: 93

British experimental writer whose 1965 novel Accident became the basis for a Joseph Losey film with a screenplay by Harold Printer, who also wrote an unsparing two-volume biography of his father, Fascist leader Sir Oswald Mosley (died 1980), and spent much of his life in the shadow of his father as a onetime Labour Member of Parliament who founded the British Union of Fascists in 1932 (the party openly supported Benito Mussolini and Adolf Hitler, promoted anti-Semitism, and engaged in violent clashes with opponents), whose father was interned in 1940 along with his wife Diana Guinness (one of the notorious Mitford sisters) and the party was banned.

Cause of Death: Natural causes

Born: June 25, 1923

Died: February 28, 2017

London, England