British stage and film actor Paul Ritter, known for his long-running Channel 4 comedy series Friday night dinnerThe deceased died of a 54-year-old brain tumor, his agent has confirmed.
Ritter’s prolific small-screen output includes key characters in the 2019 HBO hit show Chernobyl, ITV TV series Vera And Paul Abbott’s no offence.His specialties include Quantum crisis with Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince He played a supporting role in John Madden’s upcoming World War II drama Mincemeat Operation Colin Firth
Ritter is also an admirable stage actor and was nominated for the Olivier Award in 2006 for his outstanding performance. Karen boy And won a Tony Award for his starring role in 2009 Norman Conquest. He also worked at Stephen Daldry (Stephen Daldry) audience.
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But it can be said that the actor is best known for playing weirdos, usually shirtless Martin Goodman, who hosted his “Bambino” for his “Friday Dinner” in the Channel 4 sitcom. , The name is also starring Tamsin Greig, Simon Bird and Tom Rosenthal. As it airs on Channel4 later this year, he will appear in the show’s 10th anniversary retrospective.
Ritter’s agent told us: “It’s a pity that we can confirm that Paul Ritter passed away last night. He and his wife Polly and sons Frank and Noah ) Rest in peace at home by his side. He is 54 years old this year and suffers from a brain tumor. Paul is a talented actor who plays various roles on stage and screen with extraordinary skills. He is very smart, kind, Very ridiculous. We will miss him very much.”
This news has caused the sadness of many people in the UK and other industries.
Paul Ritter is one of the most talented actors. If Paul Ritter is involved, it will do well. This is really terrible news.
— Sanjeev Kohli (@govindajeggy) April 6, 2021
@MFandI_Talent and his family’s love for everyone pic.twitter.com/Spke6T4Kxi
— Shaheen baig casting (@sbaigcasting) April 6, 2021
Oh, no, he is such an outstanding talent 😔, there are only three, this is a tribute to his iconic slogan… “Rely on it!”
Friday night dinner star Paul Ritter died of a 54-year-old brain tumor https://t.co/IaNilf5iDo
— Greg Jenner (@greg_jenner) April 6, 2021
Paul Ritter is one of the best comedians, but also the horror of Chernobyl (arguably one of the best TV series ever). This news is very aggressive.
-Scott Bryan (@scottygb) April 6, 2021