The information appeared that the famous British actor Alan Harris who played in the trilogy “Star wars,” has died at 82. About this tragedy reported on the community page Imperial Signings in the social network Facebook.
So, Harris is still in 2018 was diagnosed with cancer. The artist did not give up and fought lung cancer until the last breath. British actor continued to participate actively in meetings with his loyal fans.
Very sad news has just come in that Alan Harris sadly passed away this morning. Alan was a true gent and a fan…
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Alan Harris was born on 28 may 1938 in Enfield, Mintex, London. The actor played in the first three films in the franchise “Star wars.” He played the role of a hunter Bosca. It is noted that this role has brought him popularity and was the beginning of his stellar career. Before working in film Harris worked in Britain as a model.
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In a recent interview, the actor talked about his wild youth and confessed, that is absolutely not regrets that at the time he left modeling and began acting in films.
Moreover, in addition to active shooting, Alan Harris also was responsible for the production of such films as “the Ferryman”, “Love birds” and “Wallis and Edward”.
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