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Ian Holm – Cause of Death, Date of Death, Age at Death

The actor Ian Holm passed away at age 88, this age of death has to be considered impressive. What was the cause of death? Below is all you want to know regarding the death of Ian Holm and more!

Biography - A Short Wiki

Ian Holm Net Worth: Ian Holm was an English actor who had a net worth of $10 million dollars at the time of his death in 2020. During an impressive multi-decade career, Ian appeared in dozens of notable productions. He is perhaps best-known for playing hobbit Bilbo Baggins in the Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit film series. Holm received the 1967 Tony Award for Best Featured Actor for his performance as Lenny in The Homecoming and the 1998 Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actor for his performance in the title role of King Lear. He was nominated for the 1981 Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role as athletics trainer Sam Mussabini in Chariots of Fire. Other well-known film roles include Ash in Alien, Father Vito Cornelius in The Fifth Element.

How did Ian Holm die?

Ian Holm's death was caused by parkinson's disease.

Holm was treated for prostate cancer in 2001 and was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. He died in hospital in London on 19 June 2020 at the age of 88. His ashes are interred on the western side of Highgate Cemetery.

Information about the death of Ian Holm
Cause of deathParkinson's Disease
Age of death88 years
ProfessionActor, Voice Actor
BirthdaySeptember 12, 1931
Death dateJune 19, 2020
Place of deathLondon, United Kingdom
Place of burialN/A

Quotes by Ian Holm

"As an actor, I'm very much a company person. And this also goes through my life: I have a dread of responsibility. I like someone else to be in charge."

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"If everyone's ready for a shot to start, except for one actor who's intent on getting to the bottom of their soul, it can be a bit annoying."

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"It's not easy to shout against real elements. The elements are big, and the human voice is very small."

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"Whatever it takes' is my opinion of method acting and, indeed, any other kind of acting. Look at Brando and De Niro. But it's not my cup of tea."

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"All performances are different. I don't think it's necessary to compare one with another. I am just me playing the role of Lear. You're bound to get a Holm approach to it, whatever that may be. I just got out there and did it. I'm very much a doer in my acting."

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