Andrew Jack, ‘Star Wars’ Actor, Dies From COVID-19 Complications In London
Andrew Jack, a well known dialect coach, has died at 76.
The actor, who played various cameo roles over his career including a role more recently in Star Wars: The Force Awakens alongside Harrison Ford.
According to his representative, Jill McCullough, Jack passed away in the hospital outside of London as a result of COVID-19 complications, the strain of the coronavirus that has caused thousands to die across the globe.
His wife is also in quarantine in Australia and a funeral may be held under different circumstances compared to a traditional approach due to the implications of COVID-19. Andrew was only at work a few weeks ago as he was the dialect coach for the new Batman film featuring Robert Pattinson. As the majority of other films and television shows, production was closed earlier this month.
Andrew was also the dialect coach on a multitude of other films, such as Lord of the Rings, Eastern Promises, Captain America, Alien v/ Predator, Avengers: Endgame, Sherlock Holmes, Men in Black: International and Robin Hood.
Rest in Peace.
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