Titanic star David Warner no more, breathed his last at the age of 80 due to cancer

famous british actor David Warner has passed away. According to information received from his family members, he was battling cancer for some time, due to which he said goodbye. Actor David Warner was 80 years old and he had been a part of many big Hollywood films. Actor David Warner is best known for his roles in films like Titanic and Omen. The actor was living in Danville Hall in Northwood during his last days.

Will be remembered for these films

Let us tell you that David Warner has played most of the villain’s characters. Warner will always be remembered for his roles in the 1971 psychological thriller Straw Dogs, the 1976 horror classic The Omen, the 1979 time-travel adventure Time After Time and the 1997 blockbuster film Titanic. His family also issued a statement on Warner’s death saying- ‘We will always remember him. He has touched our hearts as a generous companion, a kind man and a father figure. Our hearts are broken by his passing.

Great role played in Hamlet

David Warner, who learned acting at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London, played roles including Henry VI and King Richard II. He also played the title role of Hamlet in 1965 for The Company, directed by Peter Hall, which was considered one of the best performances of his generation. Due to his acting, he became a young star of the Shakespeare Company.

also worked in tv shows

He was also praised as a stage actor. Actor David Warner liked to work in many TV shows apart from films for many years. He was also nominated for a British Academy Film Award for the title role in Karel Reese’s swinging London tragicomedy ‘Morgan: A Suitable Case for Treatment’, released in 1966. Subsequently, he won an Emmy Award for his role as the Roman politician Pomponius Falco in the 1981 TV mini-series Masada.

Known for these characters

Actor David Warner James Cameron’s film released in the year 1997 ‘Titanic’ Known for his role in He played the role of Spicer Lovejoy in the film. Prior to this, his portrayal of photographer Keith Jennings in the 1976 horror classic ‘The Omen’ had earned him a lot of fame.

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