David Warner, the veteran British actor and the actor in Hollywood films like Titanic as well as The Omen, has died at the age of 80.

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Warner passed away on Sunday in Denville Hall, a care house for those in the entertainment industry "a cancer-related illness" according to the BBC first announced.

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The family of the actor confirmed the announcement "with an overwhelming sadness" via a press release sent to the media.

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Warner passed away on Sunday in Denville Hall, a care house for those working in the entertainment industry. He died of "a cancer-related illness".

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Warner passed away on Sunday in Denville Hall, a care house for those working in the entertainment industry. He died of "a cancer-related illness".

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David Warner started his stage career after attending The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.

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He was a part of several productions by the Royal Shakespeare Company, appearing in the roles of the title characters for "Richard II" and "Hamlet."

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He was also in the version of the film "A Midsummer Night's Dream,"" with Helen Mirren, Judi Dench and Diana Rigg.

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The BBC first announced. Warner's family confirmed the announcement "with an overwhelming sadness" via a written statement sent to the publication.

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Over the last 18 months, David Warner has dealt with his diagnosis with a typical dignity and grace," the statement read.

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He will be deeply miss by family members, friends and close friends. They will always remember him for being a caring, compassionate, generous person and father.

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whose legacy of extraordinary work has touched the lives of so many over the years. We are heartbroken.”

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