Michael Gambon, the esteemed actor renowned for his portrayal of Professor Albus Dumbledore in 6 of the 8 Harry Potter films, has passed away at the age of 82 in hospital.
Born in Dublin, Sir Michael enjoyed a distinguished five-decade career in television, film, theatre, and radio, earning 4 Bafta awards along the way.
Apart from his iconic role as Dumbledore, Sir Michael also graced screens as French detective Jules Maigret in the ITV series Maigret and as Philip Marlow in Dennis Potter’s The Singing Detective on the BBC.
His career began at the Royal National Theatre in London, where he was an original member. Sir Michael Gambon’s passing occurred peacefully due to pneumonia, with his widow Lady Gambon and son Fergus by his side.
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