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British actor Albert Finney dies at 82
09 February 2019, 12:39 | Ivan Casey
Albert Finney and Aileen Quinn in publicity portrait for the film"Annie from 1982
Finney worked with some of the world's most renowned filmmakers across the years, including Ridley Scott (The Duellists, A Good Year), the Coen Brothers (Miller's Crossing), Tim Burton (Big Fish, Corpse Bride), and Paul Greengrass (The Bourne Ultimatum). The Oscar-winning film bagged Finney nominations for Best Actor at the Oscars, BAFTAs and Golden Globes.
One of his most recent roles included the portrayal of Kincade in the 2012 film Skyfall.
He started his career at the Royal Shakespeare company before he transitioned into film and starred as the "angry young man", Arthur Seaton in "Saturday Night and Sunday Morning".
Albert Finney has died. His breakout role came in 1963's Tom Jones, an adventure-comedy period piece that won four Academy Awards, including Best Picture, and became a smash at the box office.
It was nominated for ten Oscars - including a Best Actor nod for Finney as the titular Tom, who swashed buckles and bared skin up and down the highways and byways of 18th century England, pausing for a memorable meal in an inn with a lustful older lady.
Albert Finney, who has starred in countless movies, has died at the age of 82, a family spokesperson has said.
British actor Albert Finney puffs a big cigar as he sits in the back seat of a vintage cap on the set of "Annie" in NY.
He said: "I'm deeply saddened by the news of Albert Finney's passing".
Finney also famously turned down a CBE from the Queen in 1980 and a knighthood in 2000. He worked with John Huston on 1982's hit musical Annie as Daddy Warbucks, and then again with the director as an alcoholic in 1984's Under the Volcano, earning him another Oscar nomination.
Finney was probably best-known for playing lawyer Ed Masry opposite Julia Roberts in "Erin Brokovich".
Finney also tried his hand at directing and producing and played a vital role in sustaining British theater. Still, Finney declined to attend the Academy Awards ceremony - possibly damaging his chances at future wins by snubbing Hollywood's elite.
Rufus Sewell, who appeared alongside Finney in the 1994 film A Man of No Importance, said, "I had the enormous privilege of working with him early on".
Emmys: Outstanding lead actor for The Gathering Storm.
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