David Warner, the expert British actor who starred in several popular flicks passed away aged 80. 

The actor in his outstanding career played several notorious unlawful supporting characters in flicks like Titanic and 

Tron. As reported by CNN, Warner failed from" cancer- related illness" as verified by his family said in a statement. 

The actor had been sick for 18 months, his family wrote, and" approached his opinion with a characteristic grace and quality" 

said the statement. Warner's career gauged further than 50 times as he starred in flicks across different stripes from horror classics to Oscar winners to a Disney musical comedy. 

Warner began his career onstage after studying at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. He starred in several 

Products with the Royal Shakespeare Company and appeared in title places similar as, Richard II and Hamlet among 

others. The late actor also appeared in the 1968 film adaption of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, alongside Helen Mirren, Judi Dench and Diana Rigg.