British actor and White Mischief star Joss Ackland dies aged 95
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It has been announced by his family that Joss Ackland, a well-known actor from Britain, has passed away. He was aged 95.
The highly productive actor, who appeared in over 100 films and TV shows, passed away in a calm manner while his loved ones were present with him.
The man was also referred to as a "much-loved dad" and had been united with his spouse Rosemary for 51 years until her passing in 2002.
He starred in movies such as White Mischief and the second installment of Lethal Weapon in 1989.
According to the statement from the family, Ackland had a one-of-a-kind intensity and authority in his acting, displayed through his distinct voice and powerful presence.
He will always be cherished and renowned as one of the most gifted and adored performers from Britain.
Ackland was brought into the world in the year 1928, within the district of Ladbroke Grove located in London. During Ackland's childhood, the family resided in Kilburn situated in north London.
He developed his abilities through employment with a range of local theater companies, leading up to his participation with the Old Vic in London.
Ackland also starred as CS Lewis, the author, in a television movie called Shadowlands that was released in 1985.
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He starred in many movies during the 80s and 90s, such as The Mighty Ducks and Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey.
During an interview with BBC in 2001, he admitted that he had participated in a few horrible movies due to his work obsession.
In the year 2000, he was granted a CBE in recognition of his contributions to the field of acting.