“Harry Potter” British actor Paul Ritter dies of brain cancer at the age of 54 | Headlife

His posthumous works include the film “Operation Mincemeat” and the “Friday Night Dinner” 10th anniversary special with Colin Fife.

On Monday, the British actor Paul Ritter, who played in the movie “Harry Potter,” died of brain cancer at the age of 54. His family issued a statement saying: “He left peacefully at home with his wife Polly and his two sons Frank and Noah. Paul is a very talented actor. He has played different roles on stage and in movies, and he has performed extraordinary. Ability. He is very smart, friendly and funny. We miss him very much.”

Paul made his debut with the 1992 cop drama “The Bill”, and also acted in “Harry Potter: The Betrayal of the Half-Blood Prince”, “New Iron King Kong: Quantum Murder”, the drama “Chernobyl: Sad Children”, British soap opera “Friday Night Dinner” etc. His posthumous works include the film “Operation Mincemeat” with Colin Firth and the 10th anniversary special of “Friday Night Dinner”.

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