19 Jun famous British theatre and film actor Ian Hill died in London, reports The Guardian with reference to agent Hill.
The actor died in a London hospital on 88-m to year of life. He suffered from Parkinson’s disease.
Sir Ian Hill played in theater and film since 1950-ies. BAFTA award winner, in 1981, was nominated for an Oscar as best supporting actor for his role in the film “chariots of Fire”. In 1998, Queen Elizabeth II dedicated it to the knights for his contribution to the development of dramatic art.
On account of his more than 100 roles in movies. The greatest popularity brought him the role of the Android ash in Alien, Napoleon in “time Bandits”, Mr. Kurzmann in “Brazil,” Vito Cornelius in “the Fifth element” as well as Bilbo Baggins in the trilogy “the Lord of the rings”.