The famous British actor albert Finney has died at the age of 82 years. The probable cause of death star was arcobaleni.
According to The Independent, with reference to the relatives of the actor, albert Finney the last month of his life spent in hospital, Marsden, near London. Death of a celebrity occurred on 7 February at the hospital.
No one knows what caused the death of the famous actor. According to doctors, albert Finney failed to save after the disease struck his lungs. The Western media suggest that the actor died of cancer, kotoroe it diagnosed back in 2011. Then albert Finney has successfully overcome kidney cancer and, probably, the disease returned.
At the age of 82 years albert Feeney died after a short illness. Death in the circle of people close to him. The family requests privacy at this sad time
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Died albert Finney: a biography of the actor
Albert Finney was born in Salford in 1936. Since childhood he dreamed of becoming an actor, so he studied at the Royal Academy of dramatic arts. Immediately after studying the future celebrity debuted on the big stage.
His acting career, albert Finney began in the British theatre. From Julius Caesar to Shakespeare’s “Coriolanus” – seemed all the roles on the shoulder of a talented actor. After the theatrical success albert Finney rapidly gained airtime: debut role in the film “comedian” 1960 was the lucky ticket to the world of show business.
Worldwide fame albert Finney received thanks to the successful films “Saturday night, Sunday morning”, “Tom Jones”, “Miller’s crossing”, “Big fish”, minor roles in the movie “Churchill”, “12 friends of Oushena” “the Bourne Ultimatum”, “007: Coordinates “Skayfol”, “Games of a devil”, etc. the Iconic actor was the role in the film based on Agatha Christie’s “murder on the Orient Express, through which albert Finney learned all the fans.
Died albert Finney, star of “murder on the Orient Express
For talented the actor, several times nominated for Oscar and Golden globe. In addition, albert Finney is the owner of a large number of awards.