‘Superman’ star Mark Hamill dies aged 84 after battle with cancer
Posted May 15, 2018 05:22:48 Mark Hamilla, who played Superman in the hit television series The Man of Steel and has also appeared in movies such as The Incredibles, has died.
Hamilla died in a Los Angeles hospital of natural causes on Thursday at the age of 84, his publicist confirmed.
“Mark was one of the most talented, inspiring, and gifted individuals I’ve ever met,” Warner Bros chairman Kevin Tsujihara said in a statement.
“He was a passionate, caring, funny, kind, and inspiring human being.
He was beloved by his millions of fans, and his family and friends.”
Hamilla played Superman for 13 seasons on the popular comic book series.
“It is with great sadness that I can confirm that Mark Hamills death is the result of natural cause,” Warner Brothers chairman Kevin, Tsujichas said.
He will be deeply missed by his countless friends and fans who knew him from day one.” “
In addition, Mark will be greatly missed as an actor and a person.
He will be deeply missed by his countless friends and fans who knew him from day one.”
He made his film debut in the 1997 film The Incrment, and was seen in several TV series, including Batman: The Animated Series, The X-Files, and The Wire.
He appeared in numerous TV shows, including The Big Bang Theory, The Blacklist, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, and Supergirl.
The late actor was also known for playing the titular character in the TV series of the same name.
“I am deeply saddened to hear of Mark’s passing.
He had the potential to be a star, but he chose instead to pursue his dreams of acting and acting in front of audiences, with a focus on his craft,” Warner chairman Tsujikihara said.
Mark Hamilling, left, and actor Mark Hamilly in a scene from The Incricent.
Photo: Warner Bros. Pictures/Warner Bros. Television Group/Associated Press.
“For so many years, I knew Mark was a very talented and talented man.
He could be funny, charming, caring and generous.
We are all very sad at this time.”
He was born Mark Richard Hamill on January 11, 1942, in Los Angeles, California, to actor Alan Hamill and singer Betty Gibson.
He attended Loyola Marymount University in Los Angles, California.
He played baseball for the University of Southern California baseball team from 1957 to 1961 and then became a professional baseball player in 1965.
He won the Golden Gloves Award, the National League’s MVP award in 1965 and the National Player of the Year Award in 1967.
After graduating from Loyolas Marymount, Hamill joined the cast of the TV show The Man Who Fell to Earth and the film The Incredible Hulk.
He also starred in a number of television movies including The IncRent, The Incredible Hulk, The Incredible Journey, The Hulk, and the sequels The Incredible Spider-Man and Hulkbuster.
Hamill’s most recent film role was in the animated film The Amazing Spider-Mite.
The Man who Fell toEarth was directed by Marc Webb, and starred Mark Hamilli, Helen Mirren, Robert Downey Jr., and Robert Redford.
“When I first saw him on screen, I thought, he’s a very funny, funny man,” Mirren said in an interview with ABC News in March 2018.
“Now, he was just one of those guys that you’d never want to disappoint.
“And he was a great friend of mine. “
He’s just an amazing actor and person,” Downey said in March.
“And he was a great friend of mine.
He just had so much energy and energy to do all this work and he was an amazing friend of ours.”
Hamill also played a role in the upcoming feature film The World’s Greatest Detective, directed by J.J. Abrams.
“This is really the beginning of the end,” Abrams told Entertainment Weekly.
“So I think it’s just a matter of time before it ends, but I think the fans will be very happy about that.”