The British Actor Paul Ritter who made his name from his brilliant acting in movies like Harry Potter and Chernobyl died on April 5, 2021, at 54. Paul had been suffering from a brain tumor which became the very reason for his demise. He had showcased his acting in a wide range of roles, proving every bit of his versatility to the audience. The television star was honored with the nomination for Olivier Award for his extraordinary work in Coron Bay.
His agent confirmed that he took his last breath in his home, stating, "It is with great sadness we can confirm that Paul Ritter passed away last night. He died peacefully at home with his wife Polly and sons Frank and Noah by his side. He was 54 and had been suffering from a brain tumor. Paul was an exceptionally talented actor playing an enormous variety of roles on stage and screen with extraordinary skill. He was fiercely intelligent, kind, and amusing. We will miss him greatly." Paul had never spoken about his family on the screen, which shows that his wife and sons weren’t fans of the spotlight but always had his back to get him through twist and turns., Many close to him have shared their thoughts for the family and condolences throughout the social platforms after the great actor`s passing away.
Net-Worth Before Passing Away
Ritter`s never-ending long list of roles had allowed him to amass an impressive net worth of approx. $10 million.
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Paul Ritter with his co-stars from the British sitcom Friday Night Dinner, which had its last episode aired in June 2018 (Photo: Comedy.co.uk)
Insight On His Bio
Born in 1966, the talented movie actor Paul Ritter blows his birthday candles on 5th March every year in the presence of his close friends and family members.
Adding to the context, Paul’s father was in the same school as the great comedian-writer Eric Sykes.
Similarly, Paul’s mother was a classmate of comedy actor Bernard Cribbins. Well, one can now assume how Paul got the influence to step into acting paths.
Moreover, it can only be a remarkable coincidence that Paul has portrayed a character alongside his father’s school friend, Eric, on the TV drama, Tommy Cooper: Not Like That, Like This.
Paul had accomplished his career in Hollywood and has given his fans lots of his evergreen screenplay to look back. The audience worldwide will miss him and his wondrous deeds. May his soul get eternal peace.