Dead Paul Ritter, actor in Harry Potter and Chernobyl

    Dead Paul Ritter, actor in Harry Potter and Chernobyl

    Paul Ritter died at the age of 54 years. The actor was famous for playing the role of Eldred Worple in Harry Potter and the halfblood Prince, as well as playing the character of Guy Haines in Quantum of Solace and engineer Anatoly Dyatlov in the TV series Chernobyl area of HBO.

    To break the news was his agent, in an official statement released to The Guardian:

    He died peacefully at home with his wife Polly and children Frank and Noah by his side. He was 54 and suffered from a brain tumor. Paul was an exceptionally talented actor who played a huge variety of stage and screen roles with extraordinary skill. He was fiercely intelligent, kind and very funny. We will miss him very much.

    The actor's last appearance on the stage took place in the film Operation Mincemeat, where Ritter starred opposite Coli Firth, Matthew Macfayden and Kelly Macdonald. Paul Ritter had also starred in the British sitcom Friday Night Dinner, playing the role of Martin Goodman, alongside actors of the caliber of Tamsin Greig, Simn Bird and Tom Rosenthal. The actor will appear in the special dedicated to the tenth anniversary of the show, scheduled for release later this year.

    In 2006 Ritter won the award Olivier for his incredible skills as a theatrical actor. Notably, the accolade was awarded to him for starring in Coram Boy, an adaptation of the children's novel written by Jamila Gavin. Finally, Ritter had conquered a Tony Award in 2009 for starring in Norman Conquests.

    Paul Ritter was born in 5 March of the 1966 a Kent (a county of England, in south-east London) and died on April 5, 2021. He also starred in the television series Vera, The Hollow Crown and The Last Kingdom. A brain tumor took him away from the affection of his loved ones about 24 hours ago.

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