David Warner Dies at 80 After a Battle With Cancer
David Warner, 80, died of cancer Wednesday. He was known for his film and TV career, which included roles in “Star Trek,” “Tron,” and the popular sci-fi franchise. Warner also stepped back into the world of theater in 2001, playing Andrew Undershaft in a Broadway revival of George Bernard Shaw’s “Major Barbara.” In 2007, he returned to the Royal Shakespeare Company to portray the comic buffoon Falstaff.
David Warner’s filmography
David Warner’s diverse filmography spans decades of screen work. Aside from his work on the big screen, he has also voiced characters in television shows, including the acclaimed cartoon show “Toonsylvania.” He appeared as Dr. Vic Frankenstein in the HBO comedy “Grail” and starred as Nergal in the animated series “The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy.” In 2011, Warner costarred with Anthony Quinn in the audio drama Kingdom of the Dead.
He starred in a number of genre films, including From Beyond the Grave and The Omen. Other films in his filmography include Nightwing and Waxwork, and he starred opposite Viggo Mortensen in the cult classic Tripwire. Warner received an Emmy Award for his role in Masada in 1981. His television work included a small role in the Danny Huston film Mr. North.
His career as an actor has been spanned six decades, with notable roles in shows and films including Doctor Who, Spider-Man, and Scooby-Doo. He has also appeared in classic projects such as Murder, She Wrote, Perry Mason, Frankenstein, and Twin Peaks. He also lent his voice to several video games, including Batman: The Animated Series and Spider-Man: The Legendary Journey.
In 1962, Warner made his professional stage debut in Shakespeare’s play A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Directed by Tony Richardson, Warner played the role of Snout. He went on to star in Joseph Losey’s film adaptation of A Doll’s House. Later that year, he appeared in the shlock horror movie The Omen. Aside from acting in films, Warner has also worked on many plays.
While Warner may not be best known for his roles as villains in Star Trek, his work as a romantic lead in the franchise has captivated audiences. In films such as “The Ballad of Cable Hogue,” he has played both heroic and villainous characters. He has even portrayed a demon in TV shows such as Star Trek: The Next Generation and “The X-Files.”
His roles in Star Trek
David Warner, 80, has passed away from cancer. He was a veteran of many successful movies, including the remake of Mary Poppins and several Star Trek productions. In addition to his work on television, Warner was also a prolific stage actor who started his career with the Royal Shakespeare Company in London. After a successful stage career, Warner gravitated to film and television. He earned more than 200 credits across his career, including “The Omen,” “TRON,” and “Wallander.”
The death of David Warner brings great sadness to the entertainment world. The British actor gained fame around the world with his memorable roles in classic films such as Titanic and “Titanic.” His family confirmed that Warner passed away on Sunday at Denville Hall, a retirement home for entertainment figures. Warner’s family said that he faced the diagnosis with characteristic grace and sensitivity. His family has paid tribute to Warner’s life and career.
His voiceover work
Actor David Warner has died, aged 80, after a battle with cancer. He starred in a number of classic films including Titanic, “The Omen,” and “Tron.” He also appeared in several horror films including Nightwing, Waxwork, and Tripwire. Warner was a British national treasure, having won two BAFTA awards. His death leaves a void in the world of horror films.
The UK character actor, best known for roles in “Titanic” and “Mary Poppins Return,” passed away on Sunday. His family paid tribute to him as an actor and as a man. Born in Manchester in 1941, Warner’s career included many memorable roles in films like “The Omen” and “Titanic.” He was also the star of several Star Trek series.
His career spans many genres and mediums, including films like “Titanic,” “Masada,” and “Jack the Ripper.” He also played a series of villains in the Star Trek universe, including the infamous Pomponius Falco. Warner also voiced Ra’s al Ghul in the animated series “Batman: The Animated Series.”
Besides his acting work, Warner had many other notable roles. He voiced The Lobe in the 2020 Teen Titans Go! episode and was the voice of Bob Cratchit in the 1984 television movie adaptation of A Christmas Carol. Other movies and television shows Warner appeared in include Remington Steele, Hart to Hart, Murder, She Wrote, and Twin Peaks. A number of his roles have been honored with tributes by his friends and fans on Twitter.
Following his college years, Warner joined the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts. His career took off after he won the coveted Shakespeare Company role. At twenty, Warner made his film debut as Blifil in “Tom Jones” and played the title role in the 1966 comedy-drama “Morgan!”
The actor’s family did not reveal what the cancer was, but said that it was an advanced stage. Warner, who had reached 80 in January, was expected to live until late December 2020. He had many memorable roles in Hollywood, from Tom Jones to the Titanic. The actor also starred in a number of Shakespearean tragedies to sci-fi cult classics. Warner’s death has prompted a flood of tributes on Twitter. Celebrities including Edgar Wright and Rob Liefeld paid tribute to Warner.
His roles in Mary Poppins Returns
With almost six decades in the business, David Warner is one of the most recognizable faces in Hollywood. He played Ed Dillinger in Tron, Spicer Lovejoy in Titanic, and Admiral Boom in Mary Poppins Returns. He leaves behind his partner Lisa Bowerman, son Luke, and daughter Sarah. He was previously married to Harriet Warner.
The actor studied drama at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, before joining the Royal Shakespeare Company in London. He later played title roles in “Hamlet” and “Richard II.” In 1968, he appeared alongside Helen Mirren, Judi Dench, and Diana Rigg in a film adaptation of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” He embraced stage work, and was even photographed with Lin-Manuel Miranda in the movie version of ‘Hamilton’.
A prolific actor, Warner had over two hundred and twenty acting credits, including a BAFTA-nominated performance in the 1966 movie Morgan. Warner was also known for his role as the villainous sidekick Spicer Lovejoy in the film Titanic. He also starred in the horror film The Omen, where he played a character who was decapitated by a glass pane.
He is survived by his partner, Lisa Bowerman, his son Luke and daughter-in-law Sarah, and his many friends. His mother, Harriet Evans, and his close friend Jane Spencer Prior have also posted a tribute to the actor. Fans also shared messages of condolences on Twitter and Facebook. They also paid tribute to Warner’s “amazing legacy” in the world of entertainment.
Throughout his career, Warner was known for his work in dozens of movies, including Titanic and The Omen. His career was over 50 years long and spanned many genres. From horror movies to Oscar winners to Disney musicals, Warner had a long and distinguished career. Warner was a beloved actor. The film industry lost an extraordinary talent today.
After the death of his mother, Warner’s death has brought his fame to a new level. Warner was a familiar face in British culture, from his roles in The Omen and Titanic to his role as a bodyguard in The Omen. In addition to being an actor in the field of theatre, he was also a prolific voice actor. In the popular Batman: The Animated Series, he voiced the role of Ra’s al Ghul.