The actor Paul Grant, best known for his roles in the “Harry Potter” and “Star Wars” films, passed away on March 20 at the age of 56, according to his family. According to Sky News, Paul passed out on March 16 in front of London’s Kings Cross station. According to his daughter Sophie Jayne Grant, he stayed in the hospital until the early hours of March 20, when he passed away. No girl deserves to have her father taken away, Sophie said in an interview with the publication. He was well-liked and well-known. Far too soon, he left us. “.
In 1983’s “Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi,” Paul played a charming Ewok, for which he is best remembered. He was in charge of another memorable scene as one of the goblins who ran Gringott’s Wizarding Bank in “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone,” which was released in 2001. In the 1980s, Paul performed stunts in the movies “Willow,” “Labyrinth,” and “Legend.”. ”.
The sad news of Paul’s passing has left his family and followers in mourning. After leaving the movie business after making his final appearance in “Harry Potter,” Paul Grant led a full life. ” His wife, three children, stepchildren, and grandkids survive him. Fans of Grant and 1980s film in general flocked to social media to remember his roles that have remained in popular culture.
One Twitter user wrote, “Rest in peace, Paul Grant.”. I appreciate everything you’ve done for the Star Wars series and the entertainment industry. You will be sorely missed. Another user said, “He was a great performer. The Lord have mercy on his soul. “.
The stuntman was open before he passed away about his past struggles with drugs and alcohol, but he was always optimistic about life. Just a few weeks before he was found at King’s Cross station, Grant was interviewed on YouTube about his life away from the camera. He admitted to the camera, “I had money, but I wasted it. “Hey, I’ve had a good life. You only get one life, don’t you?” Rest in peace, and our hearts go out to Grant’s family.