Loss: ‘Star Wars’ and ‘Harry Potter’ actor dies

Loss: Star Wars and Harry Potter actor Paul Grant has died. The man was 56 years old.

Mr. Grant was found slumped at King’s Cross station in north London on the afternoon of Thursday, March 16, according to The Guardian.

Monday at 3:49 am in the morning he was pronounced dead.

His family said they had made the decision to take him off life support on Sunday (March 19). The cause of death has not yet been revealed.

His daughter Sophie Jayne Grant, 28, said she was “devastated” and called her father a “legend”.

She said: “I’m glad he was released… No girl deserves to have her dad taken away from her… He was so well known and loved for his work. He left too soon.”

Grant had two daughters and a son, as well as several grandchildren.

Due to his small height, which reached about 122 cm, the man got roles in huge Hollywood films and called himself the “king of dwarfs”.

Grant in 1983 He played one of the Ewoks in Star Wars: Return of the Jedi, and he played a goblin in Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone.

In the iconic 1986 played one of the members of the goblin corps in the classic film Labyrinth alongside David Bowie and Jennifer Connelly.

His other films: 1985 Tom Cruise’s film Legend and the 1988 the movie Willow.

Just weeks before his death, the actor himself was filmed in the same location in London where he was found, talking about how he had “squandered” his Star Wars fortune and “drank too much”.

Her problems came to the fore in 2014, when the actor was caught drinking alcohol and using cocaine.

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