‘Notting Hill’ fimmaker, Roger Michell dies at the age of 65

The most popular, London-based film, television, and theatre director Roger Michell has passed away at the age of 65. He was better known for his outstanding work and contribution to the Hollywood film and entertainment industry. He is mainly known for his work on the rom-com film named ‘Notting Hill’ for which he got much recognition.

Roger Michell

‘Notting Hill’ became an instant hit of the year as he put constant efforts to make it the best of the year 1999.

On Thursday, 23rd September 2021, the renowned director Roger Michell has died at age of 65.

It’s a big loss for his family and kids. He was not just a great man with multiple talents, yet a father of Rosie, Harry, Maggie, and Sparrow, who announced his death.

After gaining success through ‘Notting Hill’ in 1999, he then directed many films and projects. The film features Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant as lead stars. In 2002, Michell directed a road range drama named ‘Changing Lanes’ with Samuel L. Jackson and Benn Affleck.

In 2004, Michell told the BBC, he decided to focus on filmmaking projects in England and Europe, directed best movies, such as; ‘Enduring Love’ the 2004 adaptation of Ian McEwan’s novel with the same name, and also directed ‘Venus’ in 2006.

He was applauded for his work and gained huge recognition in his directing career. He is still remembered for his notable work, such as; Under Milk Wood, The Homecoming, and others. -SOURCE

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