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Offbeat Death of Actor Paul Ritter (Harry Potter, Chernobyl, Quantum of Solace) at the age of 54 years

18:05  06 april  2021
18:05  06 april  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

Harry Potter and James Bond Star Paul Ritter Dead at 54: 'We Will Miss Him Greatly'

  Harry Potter and James Bond Star Paul Ritter Dead at 54: 'We Will Miss Him Greatly' The British actor's agent said Paul Ritter "had been suffering from a brain tumor"The British actor died of a brain tumor, his agent revealed on Tuesday.

Mort de l'acteur Paul Ritter (Harry Potter, Chernobyl, Quantum of Solace) à l'âge de 54 ans © SIPA Death of actor Paul Ritter (Harry Potter, Chernobyl, Quantum of Solace) at the Age of 54 years Actor Paul Ritter is deceased. As his agent has announced, he died on Monday, April 4 at the age of 54, after a long fight against the disease. The actor previewed in the saga Harry Potter was suffering from a brain tumor.

Cinephiles are mourning: Actor Paul Ritter died at the age of 54 . reaches a brain tumor he died on Monday, April 4, as revealed by his agent in the columns of Guardian. "It is with great sadness that we can confirm that Paul Ritter died last night. He died peacefully at the house with his wife Polly and his sons Frank and Noah at his side ," he sadly declared. His last ones have commented his death by saying that he was a man " extremely intelligent, kind and very funny " . A tribute that was only the first of a long series, both the British actor was appreciated. It must be said that he had made the pride of the United Kingdom by incarnating an impressive variety of roles. If he had started his career on television in the early 90s, he had also been able to get a place on the big screen.

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Gallery: Lizzie McGuire, what have they become? (Oh My Mag)

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TV Featured, Paul Ritter had played in many cult series such as The Bill, Friday Night Dinner, Loverick, Vera's surveys, Inspector Barnaby and more recently The HBO, Chernobyl event show. The actor was playing the role of Anatoli Diatlov, the deputy chief engineer of the nuclear power plant. But it is undoubtedly its roles in the cinema that have the most marked the spirits. Some remember him in Hannibal Lecte: the origins of evil, QuantiaD of Solace, the second film of Daniel Craig in the skin of James Bond or still French suite, with Michelle Williams and Matthias Schoenaerts , as well as the Eagle of the Ninth Legion, where he had given the reply to Channing Tatum . Without counting on the role of Eldred Worpel that he had interpreted in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, the sixth part of the Saga Cult . A panoply of roles that will undoubtedly remain in the memories.

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