Alan Rickman, known as Professor Snape from Harry Potter has gone away.
He was 69 years old.
Actor Alan Rickman, 69, has passed away. It reports the Guardian.
Alan Rickman was one of the most beloved British actor and was among other things known for its colorful interpretations of villains like the Sheriff of Nottingham in “Robin Hood” and Hans Gruber in action classic “Die Hard” .
Alan Rickman has played in films like “Love Actually” and “Sweeney Todd” but in recent years, perhaps best known for his interpretation of Professor Severus Snape in the films of the “Harry Potter”.
Her death was confirmed by Alan Rickman’s family. According to the newspaper, he suffered from cancer. He must have fallen asleep surrounded by his family and his friends.
In addition to his acting career, Alan Rickman also involved political and he has described himself as a loyal Labour voters. He was also involved in several charities.
Alan Rickman’s last film “Eye in the Sky”, a thriller about drones, have not yet had a theatrical release but was hailed during the film festival in Toronto last year.
The actor has won a Golden Globe, an Emmy and a BAFTA.
On Monday it was announced that David Bowie, also British, passed away. Just as David Bowie, Alan Rickman 69 years old. Additionally kept both his illness secret.
As late as April last year married Alan Rickman with love Rima Horton. The couple met for more than 50 years ago, when Alan Rickman was only 19 years old. According to the Daily Mail married couple in secret.
Now mourned Alan Rickman on social media.
“ Rest in peace Alan Rickman. What sad news. A huge loss ‘, tweets actor Will Poulter.
“ What an incredibly sad news about Alan Rickman. A man who was so talented, charming and so amazing on stage. He will be greatly missed “tweet Stephen Fry.
” I do not want my heroes to die. Alan Rickman is dead and he was another one of my heroes. Alan, thank you for being with us . We are so sorry that you lost ‘, tweets Eddie Izzard.
“ Alan Rickman RIP A great actor who I first saw at a small theater in London in 1990. I sat on the third row. He enthralled me and have so continued to do so in many roles I’ve seen him in. A magical voice that is forever alive , “write Kristin Kaspersen on Instagram.
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