Actor Jeremy Bulloch who starred in the original Star Wars trilogy, dies at the age of 75. In a statement, his agent said that he died at Hospital and was suffering from Parkinson’s disease for many years. The actor has a career spanning more than four decades. He was known for playing bounty hunter Boba Fett in The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi. He has been featured in the Star Wars spin-off series. Jeremy was born in Market Harborough, Leicestershire. His first major appearance was in the musical film Summer Holiday in 1963. He was starred alongside Cliff Richard.Image Credit: The Indian Express
Jeremy Bulloch’s career spans over almost half a century in the industry. He rose to fame after appearing in the original Star Wars Trilogy. He portrayed the role of Fett. He has bought the perfect blend of mystery and menace to his performance in the movie Star Wars. Bulloch was a true gentleman, and he was very supportive of the cast and fans of Star Wars. The movie, which has a cult following, added an extra crisp to this late actor’s fame. He has always been very grateful for the contribution of the saga and its legacy. He has been described as a quintessential English gentleman by Mark Hamill, who played Luke Skywalker in the original Star Wars trilogy. He tweeted that Jeremy was a fine actor and his delightful company is so kind. Jeremy was suffering from Parkinson’s disease for several years, and finally, he took his last breath on December 17, 2020.
Star Wars’ star Jeremy Bulloch dies aged 75. Jeremy was a legendary star and has spent more than four decades in the industry. Fellow co-stars and other celebrities have expressed their grief over the demise of this quintessentially English gentleman. Jeremy has left behind a legacy, which couldn’t be forgotten by anyone. Jeremy also appeared in the James Bond film Octopussy in 1983. Bulloch has also been part of the BBC TV series Doctor Who in the 1970s. He was pronounced dead by doctors on Thursday.