Michael Gambon played an iconic character of Professor Dumbledore in the movie series ‘Harry Potter’. He was an hero for all of us in the childhood. He was quite popular for his role.
On Thursday 28 September he left all of us. He was aged 82 and has left all of us with some good memories of him through his movies.
His character was named professor ‘Albus Dumbledore’. He died in the hospital and was confirmed about the news by his family and PA media.
He had an good career as he began with tv and then films. He started his journey way back in 1960s. He played many roles in the movies but the one that created an connection with audience was his character of Professor Dumbledore.
He acted for the role from the third film of the franchise as it was early played by Richard Harris who left the world in 2004.
Michael Gambon’s TV career
He had also worked in an ITV series named Maigret where he played an role of an french detective.
He was born on 19, October 1940. Gambon was a son of an engineer. And early in his life when he was just 15 years old he left the school. And started learning engineering apprenticeship and mastered it when he was 21.
Michael Gambon married to Anne Miller and they had a son. Later he married with Philipia Hart and they had 2 children’s together.
He suffered from memory problem and acted in the movies until year 2019.
We as fans can’t forget his iconic character from the franchise and the memories we’ll have of him throughout our lives are awesome.
Dumbledore had an amazing screen presence and the role suited him perfectly as he adopted it very naturally. We have seen him from childhood and he taught his student the amazing magic.
The magic power he held in himself was amazing to witness and he told in an interview that this is not an role it is just that he is playing himself with an long beard and shovel.
He played the iconic character in six parts out of Eight of the Harry Potter franchise.
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