Star wars top actor Boba Feth dies at 76
This year has witnessed lots of death, mainly due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Jeremy, an excellent and selfless thespian who is a crucial part of sci-fi films 'Star Wars' has gone to the great beyond. The sci-fi industry has indeed lost a real gem. This year is gradually coming to a climax, but it is with grief that we announce the passing away of a top theater star of great repute.
Jeremy Bulloch has left the world at the age of 76 after a brief sickness
Jeremy Bulloch took the role of Boba Fett in the Star The Empire Strikes Back and Return of The Jedi. Jeremy's profile also consist of excellent films, which includes The Spy Who Loved Me and Mary, Queen of Scots. Boba returned to the Star Wars film in the movie sequel Revenge Of The Sith and stared as Captain Colton. Although this movie was reintroduced to replaced Jeremy with Temuera Morrison's voice, movie lovers can still identify Mr. Jeremy Bulloch even with the head cover.
Eulogies from Boba Fett close ones
Messages have been pouring in droves from people who worked closely with the actor and knew him. Star Wars designer George Lucas said Jeremy was a "genuine actor," while Billy Dee Williams also acted with him tweeted in a condolence message " it is sad that the Star Wars family lost a top bounty hunter in the universe."
Mark Hamill, that starred as enigmatic Luke Skywalker, says Jeremy was "the responsible English gentleman." Hamill also said Jeremy was a versatile Thespian and friendly to those lucky to get close to him and have a working relationship with this versatile actor .
Jeremy is survived by a spouse, 3 sons, and 11 grandchildren.
This demise came about a month after Mr. David Prowse, the legendary Darth Vader suit in the first Star Wars film, passed away at 84.