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Star Wars’ Andrew Jack Death By Coronavirus Brings Tributes From Fans

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As the coronavirus pandemic continues to ravage the whole world, it has taken another dear life. Andrew Jack from Star Wars has succumbed to the complications that he was suffering from due to the COVID-19 illness. The actor and dialect coach died at the age of 76 at Surrey hospital on March 31. Jill McCullough, his agent, claims that her client had one of the world’s “brightest and clearest voices”. Jack also had a role in Marvels’ Avengers: Endgame, and The Lord of the Rings trilogy.

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Andrew Jack’s death might have happened in the most saddening circumstances. His wife is in quarantine in Australia and paid a very emotional tribute to him. Gabrielle Rogers took to Twitter to write,

“He was in no pain, and he slipped away peacefully knowing this family were all ‘with’ him.”

Andrew Jack starred as Caluan Ematt in Episode 7 and 8 of Star Wars, in The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. The actor was famous in the film industry for his extensive work in dialect and voice coaching. Take a look at Elijah Wood’s message, who worked with him in The Lord of the Rings:

Star Wars fan page also sent out a message to their audience after Andrew Jack’s death. Sean Astin was also there to pay tribute to the fallen star. Take a look at their tweets:

Andrew Jack’s death came in an untimely manner as the star was working on Robert Pattinson’s The Batman.

Billy Boyd remembers the memorable time he spent with Jack, talking about how he had the best stories. Calling him an “honest beautiful spirit”, he wrote:

Another Star Wars fan account sends a message out to Andrew Jack at his death due to coronavirus. The account remembers him for the outstanding Battle of Crait in The Last Jedi.

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