David Warner the famous British actor died at the age of 80. David died due to a cancer-related illness. He gave so many memorable performances on screen in movies including Titanic, Tron, The Omen, and several others.
David Warner’s family was heartbroken after his demise:
On Sunday, David warner passed away at a care home for members of the entertainment industry, Denville Hall. As reported by BBC, he died from a cancer-related illness. His family has also confirmed the news of his death with an intensely heavy heart.
David Warner’s family gave a statement to BBC. They said, “Over the past 18 months he approached his diagnosis with characteristic grace and dignity. He will be missed hugely by us. His family and friends remembered him as a kind-hearted, generous, and compassionate man. He was an amazing father and partner. His legacy of extraordinary work has touched the lives of so many over the years. We are heartbroken.”
David Warner was born in July 1941 in Manchester, England. He studied at the British drama school the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. He gained praise for his performance in the 1966 British movie “Morgan: A Suitable Case for Treatment”. He also got nominated for a BAFTA for the same movie.
David Warner has worked in many blockbusters and hit movies:
David Warner was also nominated for Emmy for playing the role of Reinhard Heydrich in the landmark 1978 miniseries “Holocaust”. Later he won Emmy for performing as the sadistic Roman political opportunist Pomponious Falco. In “Masada” 1981 miniseries.
David Warner was also part of the 1997 gigantic blockbuster movie “Titanic“. He was wasted in the role of a thug-like butler. In 1982, Warner played the role of a villain named Dillinger. In the Tron, boasting then-state-of-the-art special effects. Warner also worked with various franchises, like “Star Trek” and “Dr. Who” the UK’s iconic series.
David Warner’s most recent movie credits include “Mary Poppins Returns” Disney’s 2018 remake. Warner lived with his partner Lisa Bowerman, son Luke, daughter-in-law Sarah, and his first wife Harriet.