Director and actor Richard Attenborough has passed away at the age of 90. Perhaps best known to U.S. audiences as the kindly but misguided John Hammond in Jurassic Park, Attenborough’s career spanned seven decades and in 1983 he won Best Director and Best Picture for Gandhi. His other directing credits included the star-studded A Bridge Too Far, the screen adaptation of the beloved stage musical A Chorus Line, and the biopic Chaplin, which earned Robert Downey Jr. a Best Actor nomination. His notable acting roles include Brighton Rock, 10 Rillington Place, The Great Escape, and many more. In 1993, Queen Elizabeth II awarded a life peerage to the British filmmaker.
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