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Andrew Jack, United Kingdom

'Star Wars' actor Andrew Jack, 76, dies of coronavirus

The British actor and dialect coach died two days after he was diagnosed with the disease

4/1/2020 7:40:00 AM

The British actor and dialect coach died two days after he was diagnosed with the disease

The British actor and dialect coach died two days after he was diagnosed with the disease

Updated 10:12 AM, April 01, 2020REST IN PEACE. Actor and dialect coach Andrew Jack died on Tuesday, March 31. Photo from Star Wars websiteMANILA, Philippines – British actor and dialect coach Andrew Jack died on Tuesday, March 31 at a hospital in suburban London from the coronavirus, his agent confirmed. He was 76.

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He was admitted to the hospital when he was diagnosed with COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, two days before his death.Jack's wife Gabrielle Rogers could not come to see him before he passed, as she was quarantined in Australia after flying in from New Zealand the week before, according to a

BBC report.According to Rogers, Read more: Rappler »

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