british actor David Warner passed away at the age of 80 as a result of cancer. After a long and distinguished career in film, theater and
The English interpreter secondary luxury in films like “Straw Dogs” (1971), “The prophecy” (1976) or “Titanic” (1997), died in the early hours of last Sunday at Denvinlle Hall, a well-known retirement residence for artists in London.
“During the last 18 months faced his diagnosis with his characteristic elegance and dignity”, his relatives explained in the note.
They recalled that, during his 60-year career, Warner has been an actor of “highly respected film, theater, radio and television voice”until his last role for the big screen as Admiral Bloom in “Mary Poppins Returns” (2018).
For some directors he became a cult actoras in the case of the American Sam Peckinpah, who relied on him for films such as the aforementioned “Straw Dogs”, “The Ballad of Cable Hogue (1970) and “The Iron Cross” (1976).
“He will be greatly missed by his family and friends, and remembered as a man, companion and father with a big heart, generous and compassionate, whose legacy of extraordinary work has moved so many for so many years,” the statement added.
Source: Blu Radio