David Warner Dead Titanic And The Omen Star Was 80

His family has revealed that the late actor David Warner, who was recognised for his roles in films such as Titanic and The Omen, has passed away at the age of 80.

Spicer Lovejoy, David’s character, was Billy Zane’s personal assistant and bodyguard in James Cameron’s Titanic, and he played the role of photojournalist Keith Jennings in The Omen.

David Warner Dead Titanic And The Omen Star Was 80

David Warner and Billy Zane in Titanic

On Sunday, the actor passed away at Denville Hall, a retirement home for professional actors, actresses, and theatre stars, due to a cancer-related illness.

According to The Sun’s article, the well-known actor’s family broke the news of his loss “with an extremely heavy heart.”

They spoke highly of the celebrity parent and partner in their community, describing him as “kind-hearted, kind, and caring.”

His partner Lisa revealed the extent of her distress by writing, “Goodnight, sweet prince. I pray that angels’ wings… Heartbroken.”

More recently, Warner played the role of Admiral Bloom in Mary Poppins Returns, co-starring opposite Emily Blunt and Lin Manuel Miranda. He also appeared in The Alienist, which was broadcast on Netflix.

David Warner

In a statement, his family said, “It is with an overwhelmingly heavy heart that we share the news of the death of the actor David Warner (at the age of nearly 81), from a cancer-related illness, in the early hours of July 24 at Denville Hall.” Warner passed away from cancer-related illness in the early hours of July 24.

“Over the course of the previous 18 months, he accepted his diagnosis with the typical elegance and dignity that he exudes.

“He was a well-respected stage, television, voice, and film performer for the better part of six decades.”

They went on to say that “He will be missed enormously by us, his family and friends, and remembered as a kind-hearted, kind, and caring man, partner, and parent whose legacy of great work has impacted the lives of so many individuals over the years.”

“We are heartbroken. His devoted companion Lisa Bowerman, his much-loved son Luke and daughter-in-law Sarah, his good friend Jane Spencer Prior, his first wife Harriet Evans, and his many gold dust buddies are among many who will miss him.

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