British Hollywood actor David Warner passed away at the age of 80. He was suffering from cancer. He has worked in movies ranging from movies based on Shakespeare's stories to science fiction classics. David died at Danville Hall in London. People who retire from the entertainment industry are living in this place. David is often getting villainous characters. He also played pivotal roles in the 1971 psychological thriller 'Straw Dogs', 1976 horror classic 'The Omen', the 1979 time-travel adventure 'Time After Time – He Was Jack the Ripper' and 1997 blockbuster 'Titanic'.
Let us know that David Warner also took coaching at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. David became a young star of the Royal Shakespeare Company in those days. He played several roles in Shakespeare's films, including 'King Henry VI' and 'King Richard II'. The character he played in 'Hamlet' in 1965 for the company, directed by Peter Hall, was said to be the best performance of that generation.
RSC's artistic director Emeritus Gregor Doran has said, "David Warner has also played the role of a tortured student in 'Hamlet'. He seemed to be a symbol of the 1960s youth and holding on to the radical spirit of a turbulent era. David has worked with Helen Mirren and Diana Rig in Hall's 1968 film 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'.
After which David Warner also won the Emmy Award for his role as Roman politician Pompeoius Falco in the 1981 TV Miniseries 'Masada'. He has had a great career in the UK and American film and TV industries.