How did Paul Ritter Die? Chernobyl, Quantum of Solace Actor Dies at Age 54

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How did Paul Ritter Die?
Chernobyl, Quantum of Solace Actor Dies at Age 54.
"Kind, funny, super caring and the greatest actor I ever worked with."
Paul Ritter – who appeared in Chernobyl, Quantum of Solace, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, and more – has died at the age of 54.
Speaking to The Guardian, Ritter's agent said the actor had died peacefully after suffering with a brain tumour. Ritter is survived by his wife Polly and sons Frank and Noah.

Ritter was a multi-talented screen and stage actor, known for taking on both dramatic and comedic roles. In recent years, he was perhaps best known for playing deputy-chief engineer Anatoly Dyatlov in Chernobyl and the hilarious Martin Goodman in UK sitcom Friday Night Dinner.
Friday Night Dinner creator Robert Popper called him the "greatest actor I ever worked with" in a tribute on Twitter, while comedian Rob Delaney pointed to Ritter's versatility: "Knocked it out of the PARK in Chernobyl. Watching it I consciously thought, "Oh, we have a new movie star." Between that & how funny he was in Friday Night just unreal talent. Rest in peace, Paul Ritter."
Sherlock co-creator Mark Gatiss wrote, "Paul Ritter. What an actor. What a presence. So shocked and saddened by this awful news. RIP." Actor Eddie Marsan added, "Just out of drama school I saw a production of 3 Sisters. A young actor playing Tuzenbach, did the monologue before the duel. I’d heard it every week at DS. But when he did it, I forgot I’d heard it before. He went on to be one of our greatest actors. RIP Paul Ritter."

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