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Ireland "Mad Max": Toecutter Hugh Keays-Byrne is dead

15:05  03 december  2020
15:05  03 december  2020 Source:   rollingstone.de

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Hugh Keays - Byrne -- the actor who impressively played the bad guy in both the original " Mad Max " and " Mad Max : Fury Road" 36 years later -- has died. Filmmaker Ted Geoghegan announced the Australian actor's passing and hailed him as "an unsung hero of Aussie cinema"

" Toecutter " was a leader of his own merciless motorcycle gang that terrorised the outback . He was portrayed by Hugh Keays - Byrne and appears as the main antagonist in Mad Max . Requires expansion.

Hugh Keays-Byrne died on December 1st, 2020 at the age of 73. The actor was allowed to appear twice as a villain in the "Mad Max" films during his lifetime.

Hugh Keays-Byrne ist am 1. Dezember 2020 im Alter von 73 Jahren gestorben. © Provided by www.rollingstone.de Hugh Keays-Byrne died on December 1st, 2020 at the age of 73.

Hugh Keays-Byrne died on December 1, 2020 at the age of 73. The actor was allowed to appear twice as a villain in the "Mad Max" films during his lifetime.

Hugh Keays-Byrne is dead. The actor died on Tuesday, December 1st, 2020 at the age of 73. The cause of death is so far unknown. The actor was best known for two appearances as a villain in the " Mad Max " film adaptations (1979, 2015). In the course of his career he was also seen in numerous other productions.

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After “ Mad Max ,” Keays - Byrne continued playing smaller roles on TV shows until his next big break, in 2007, when he was offered the role of another Hugh Keays - Byrne attends the premiere of Warner Bros. Pictures' " Mad Max : Fury Road" at TCL Chinese Theatre on May 7, 2015 in Hollywood, California.

Mad Max : Fury Road stars Tom Hardy, Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron and Nicholas Hoult. Directed by George Miller. Premieres Summer 2015.

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Keays-Byrne arrived in Srinagar on May 18, 1947 Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir, to the world. As the son of two Britons, he grew up mainly in Great Britain, where he immediately pursued his dream of becoming an actor after graduating from school. With success: from 1968 to 1972 Hugh Keays-Byrne was one of the actors who the visitors of the theater performances of the Royal Shakespeare Company constantly saw.

His engagement ended when he moved to Australia to be a part of the touring Midsummer Night's Dream crew. This was followed by a lot of television appearances until he celebrated his cinema breakthrough in 1979 with the role of Toecutter in "Mad Max". The embodiment of the antagonist earned him a nomination for "Best Actor in a Supporting Role" at the AACTA Awards for the first time. Keays-Byrne also brought his own movie to the screen: In 1992 “Resistance” was released, in which he also attributed a small part to himself.

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Hugh Keays - Byrne as Toecutter in the original Mad Max . Immortan, who wears a skull mask, drinks milk from lactating women and harvests organs from men Both have a taste for extreme violence, of course. Toecutter ’s weapon of choice was a “carcass-cleaving axe” that Keays - Byrne was given by

Hugh Keays - Byrne (born 18 May 1947 in Kashmir, India) is an Australian actor who portrayed Toecutter in George Miller's 1979 film Mad Max and Immortan Joe in Mad Max : Fury Road . To be added.

Later, the actor was again increasingly seen in TV productions. It was not until “ Mad Max: Fury Road ” from 2015 that he was catapulted back into cinemas around the world as the nasty “Immortan Joe”. See the trailer for the masterpiece again here.

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