“Star Wars” series hero dies two days after suffering from corona


Nuran Arafa

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Wednesday 1 April 2020 – 11:37 am
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Wednesday 1 April 2020 – 11:37 am

The star of the series “Star Wars”, Andrew Jack, died at the age of 76, after he was infected with the emerging coronavirus (Covid-19), where his health deteriorated after his transfer to St. Peter’s Hospital, located outside the capital of London , And his death within 48 hours.

His manager, Jill McCullough, confirmed to the British newspaper “Metro *” that “Jack” had suffered in his final days from the side effects of the Corona virus, and added that it was possible not to hold a funeral for the late, who was unable to speak to his wife Gabriel Rogers before his death because of his condition Inside the quarantine in Australia.

“McCullough” revealed in a statement issued this morning, Wednesday, the strong love relationship that brought together the late star Jack and his wife, saying: “She could not say goodbye because she was forced to self-isolation in Australia last week.”

For her part, his wife, Gabriel Rogers, through her official Twitter account, posted a picture of the late star and commented: “I regret that we lost this man today.”

“Andrew Jack was diagnosed with coronavirus, when he was hospitalized less than 48 hours ago on the outskirts of London, and he didn’t feel any pain, then he left in peace knowing that his family was with him.”

There was a lot of grief on social media after Jack’s death, and his agent McCullough stated that he was overwhelmed by the messages of the late, which his fans sent him everywhere; saying: “Our community has lost one of the brightest and clearest voices.”

The late actor is one of the most famous dialect coaches, as he trained the voices of both actors Robert Downey Jr. and Chris Hemsworth, best known for the role of pioneering “Caloan Amat” in the “Star Wars” series and “Lord of the Rings”, and participated in several films Like “The Force Awakens” and “The Last Jedi”,

It is worth noting that “Jack” was participating in the upcoming movie “The Batman”, starring Robert Pattinson, who stopped production on March 14 before contracting the virus, was trained to perform well and was working at full capacity, according to his agent, “McCullough”.


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