Actor Donald Sutherland dies aged 88

Actor Donald Sutherland dies aged 88
Actor Donald Sutherland dies aged 88

LActor Donald Sutherland, known for his roles in the films Hunger Games et The Twelve Bastards, died at the age of 88. His son announced the sad news on his X account this Thursday, June 20. “It is with a heavy heart that I announce the passing of my father, Donald Sutherland. I personally think he is one of the most important actors in the history of cinema,” said Kiefer Sutherland.

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“He was never intimidated by a role, good, bad or ugly. He loved what he did and did what he loved, and you can never ask for more than that. A life well lived,” he concluded.

Honorary Oscar in 2017

In a 70-year career and some 200 films, Donald Sutherland established himself as a chameleon actor, which earned him an honorary Oscar in 2017. He knew how to play everything. Donald Sutherland had demonstrated his talent by appearing in films that remained famous such as The Twelve Bastards by Robert Aldrich, Mash the Robert Altman, and 1970, Gold for the brave, by Brian G. Hutton, the same year. We saw him opposite Jane Fonda in Klute by Alan J. Pakula, he was The Casanovas by Fellini, played the leading role in the remake of The invasion of the desecrators in 1978 and made us cry in the very beautiful People like the others the Robert Redford.

He knew how to get involved in more political films like A white and dry seasonadaptation of the novel by André Brink, in 1989, or even in the JFK by Oliver Stone, in 1991. The young audience had “discovered” him in the series Hunger Games in which he played President Snow.

READ ALSO “Hunger Games”: the reasons for a phenomenon that lastsHe is one of those actors who has never shunned television which had made room for him during his debut, notably The Saint or Bowler hat and leather boots. In 2005, the C seriesommander in Chief even earned him a Golden Globe nomination.

Married three times, he had twins from his second union, with Shirley Douglas: Rachel and Kiefer, who followed in his footsteps in the cinema and especially on television, where he played agent Jack Bauer for 10 years in 24 hours flat.

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