Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Bob Hoskins Died from pneumonia at 71

The star quality and annoyance accent of British Film star Bob Hoskins has died at age of 71. Bob Hoskins played  a delightful and variety of roles, the most absorbed role in animated “Who Framed Roger Rabbit,” as a live –action hero.

He was suffering from  pneumonia, one of his family member released this news that he has died in hospital . He was the son of Elsie Lillian (Hopkins), a nursery school teacher and cook, and Robert William Hoskins, Sr., who  worked as a bookkeeper and lorry driver. 

Bob Hoskins left his school at the age of 15 and worked with his father as a lorry driver . He also studied  accountancy but after dropping out he came along a friend for acting audition in 1968 where he was offered for an acting. As he started his acting career he knew that acting was for him. 

In his four-decade career he received number of prestigious acting awards. The best award for “Mona Lisa,” in which he played a bodyguard for a high-priced call girl hired by a crime boss. For that he got Bafta Award for best actor in a leading role, Golden Globe Award for best Actor, Cannes Film Festival for Best Actor, London Film Critics Circle Award for Actor of the Year. The other  glamours of his “The Long Good Friday” got the Bafta Award for best actor in a leading role. He also got European Film Award for Best Actor for movie Twenty Four Seven.

Robert William Hoskins was born on Oct. 26, 1942 and Died On 29 April 2014. The British Film Industry has lost a bullet-shaped British film star.

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