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Harry Potter star Matthew Lewis has paid tribute to actor Ray Stevenson, who has died aged 58.
British actor, whose credits included the HBO series Romemarvel thor movies and action movies RRRDied on Sunday (May 21).
His publicist confirmed the newsDiversity, The cause of death has not been disclosed.
Following the announcement, several of Stevenson’s co-stars paid tribute to the actor, including former child star Lewis, who starred alongside the actor in the TV movie. some kind of life,
“It’s so sad,” said Lewis, who played Neville Longbottom in the Harry Potter franchise. wrote on twitter,
“Ray played my father for the first time on TV. Almost 30 years ago. A proper actor with a fascinating career and I couldn’t have dreamed of a better first experience in this absurd industry.
James Purefoy, who starred alongside Stevenson Rome, wrote: “So sad to hear the news that Ray Stevenson, in our bridge Rome, has passed. A brilliant, daring, larger than life actor who lived up to every role he took on.
“My thoughts are with his family, his lovely wife Betta and their beautiful children. What a loss
During this, RRR Directed by SS Rajamoul wrote: “Just can’t believe this news. Ray brought with him a lot of energy and vibrancy to the set. It was contagious. Working with him was a pure pleasure. My prayers are with his family. May his soul rest in peace.”
Ray Stevenson in the hit movie ‘RRR’
Stevenson to posthumously appear in Disney Plus Star Wars spin-off Ashoka, His role in the series was revealed at the Star Wars Celebration earlier this year.
In response to Purefoy’s tribute, Luke Skywalker actor Mark Hamill posted a broken heart emoji.