British actor, Andrew Jack was a famed dialect coach, basically from London, who had acted in more than 80 movies since 1982, had died of coronavirus complications at the age of 76.
He was best known for his talent as he had given fabulous performance in ‘Star Wars’ and ‘The Lord Of The Rings’ (trilogy). The actor earned a lot of fame and popularity during his entire career.
The actor took his last breath at a UK hospital. At that time, his wife Gabrielle Rogers was under self-quarantine, staying in Australia. She was unable to see him last time.
Andrew Jack’s spokesperson, Jil Mccullough was reported that due to the social distancing restrictions, it is not confirmed that his full funeral is feasible or not amid coronavirus lockdown.
The actor had played his roles brilliantly and also he acted as a resistance officer in the first two movies of the new ‘Star Wars’ trilogy and also worked as a dialect coach for his co-stars.
While this year, he was coaching Robert Pattinson for The Batman that close down production on 14th March 2020 in Britain due to ongoing pandemic. Read more at Source