Veteran film and tv actor Ronan Vibert, who worked with some of the pinnacle directors and expertise throughout his lengthy profession, passed away at age 58 after a brief illness.
Vibert grew up in the U.K. In South Wales, before gaining a place in the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts (RADA), and then lived most of his life in London. In the latest years, he had relocated to Florida, reviews Deadline.
His many movies consist of ‘The Snowman’ with Michael Fassbender, ‘Saving Mr Banks’ with Tom Hanks and Emma Thompson, ‘Dracula Untold’ with Luke Evans, ‘Shadow of the Vampire’ with John Malkovich and Willem Dafoe, ‘The Cat’s Meow’, directed by Peter Bogdanovich, ‘Tomb Raider 2’ with Angelina Jolie, ‘Tristan and Isolde’ with James Franco, and the Oscar-prevailing ‘The Pianist’, directed with the aid of Roman Polanski.
His extraordinary TV credit includes ‘Rome’ for HBO, ITV’s ‘Poirot’, two series of ‘The Borgias’ for Showtime, the Emmy award-winning ‘Hatfields and McCoys’ with Kevin Costner and Bill Paxton. Lord Wellington in the BBC’s ‘Johnathan Strange and Mr Norrell’, ‘Penny Dreadful’, ‘The Lizzie Borden Chronicles’, ‘NCIS: Los Angeles’, and Phillip K. Dick’s ‘Electric Dreams’ and ‘Carnival Row’ on Amazon Prime.
Deadline notes that Vibert is survived by his spouse Jess. Personal service for the family’s handiest may occur within the coming days. A Celebration of Life in his honour is also being deliberate in London in 2023.