Andrew Jack Star Wars actor dies at age 76 due to COVID-19

Andrew Jack Star Wars actor dies at age 76 due to COVID-19

Star wars actor Andrew Jack best known by his Major character Ematt died due to coronavirus at age of 76.

He was admitted in Chertsey Hospital, England he passed away on Tuesday reported by his agent Jill McCullough.

Andrew Jack was tested positive with coronavirus 2 days ago. He was not in pain and he passed away peacefully and his family were all with him. Wrote by Rogers.

He also worked as a language coach in Hollywood, including blockbuster movies such as Men in Black: International, The Lord of the rings trilogy, Thor: Ragnarok and two part of the Avengers movie. He was also worked in Boys season 2 before he passed away from coronavirus.

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He also worked with Christian Bale Hollywood star on his voice for movie Batman Begins 2008, and was starting work with Robert pattinson on The Batman which is directed by Matt reeves.

His wife unable to meet him due to coronavirus lockdown in Australia, and he also unable to meet his fellow dialect coach Gabrielle Rogers, Andrew was madly in love with him.