Coronation Street Andrew Hall Dies At 65 After A Short Illness
Coronation Street’ Star Andrew Hall Has Died At The Age Of 65.
- Andrew Hall has died at the age of 65.
- Andrew died on Monday, May 20, after a short illness.
- Andrew’s management InterTalent confirmed his death news.
- InterTalent has handled his professional career since 2014.
- Andrew was most notably known for appearing in Butterflies, Blood Drive, and Coronation Street.
English actor and director Andrew Hall, who was widely known for appearing on Coronation Street and Butterflies, has died at the age of 65. He died on Monday, May 20, after a short illness.
Andrew was loved by audiences for his many roles, most notably Butterflies, Coronation Street and, more recently, Syfy’s Blood Drive. pic.twitter.com/I932iUcbPh
— InterTalent (Actors & Creatives) (@InterActors) May 22, 2019
Andrew’s management InterTalent which has handled his professional career since 2014, released a statement on Twitter and confirmed his death news. The statement read:
'It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of our client & friend Andrew Hall who sadly passed away on Monday after a short illness.
His agent Alex Segal claimed that his most recent television job was in Syfy series named Blood Drive. The statement furthermore added that Andrew was loved at InterTalent Rights Group where he had been a client in actors division since 2014.
Andrew was most notably known for appearing in Butterflies, Blood Drive, and Coronation Street. He was widely known for his role as Russell Parkinson in Butterflies from 1978 to 1983.
Besides this, he has played in many movies and television programs like The Truth About Love, Gabriel Ernest, Holloyaks, Two Point Four Children, and Holby City.
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