Titanic Actor David Warner Dead at 80

On July 24, actor David Warner, who played Spicer Lovejoy in James Cameron’s Titanic, passed away. He was 80 years old. Read the tribute from his family below.

A renowned actor has passed away in Hollywood.

According to his family, David Warner, who starred in Titanic, The Omen, and other movies, died on July 24 from a “cancer-related ailment.” He was 80.

His family noted in a statement that “during the past 18 months he approached his illness with a customary grace and dignity.” “We, his family, and friends will miss him dearly. He will be remembered as a kind-hearted, giving, and compassionate man, partner, and parent whose remarkable legacy of work over the years has impacted the lives of so many. We are devastated.”

On July 25, Lisa Bowerman, an actress and Warner partner, paid tribute to the celebrity on Twitter. She wrote, “Goodnight sweet prince,” next to a picture of Warner. “May angelic flights… David Warner is inconsolable.”

The English actor played a variety of memorable parts throughout the years, including Spicer Lovejoy, Cal Hockley’s bodyguard in the 1997 film Titanic, played by Billy Zane.

Throughout his career, Warner not only played roles on the big screen but also in a number of TV shows, including a Doctor Who episode.

On July 25, when word of Warner’s passing first surfaced, the programme posted a Twitter tribute to the actor. We regret to inform you about David Warner’s demise. Warner starred in the 2013 film “Cold War.” He was renowned for portraying the Doctor in his own unique way with @bigfinish.

Additionally using Twitter to pay tribute to Warner, director Edgar Wright tweeted,

“I was shocked to learn of David Warner’s passing. He left a huge legacy on stage and screen, playing iconic roles in films like Titanic, Straw Dogs, From Beyond The Grave, The Omen, Time After Time, Time Bandits, and many others. We will miss him.”

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