They reveal the cause of death of Brian McCardie, renowned film and television actor

They reveal the cause of death of Brian McCardie, renowned film and television actor
They reveal the cause of death of Brian McCardie, renowned film and television actor

He actor and writer Brian McCardie, Known for his role as underworld boss John Thomas ‘Tommy’ Hunter, alongside his partner Martin Compston in the police drama. He also played Sir Marcus MacRannoch in an episode of Outlander and recently joined the cast of the prequel Outlander. Outlander Blood of My Blood.

His wife Sarah McCardie announced the news, on April 28, on the social network

The actor’s partner in his statement comments: “Brian passed away suddenly at home. A wonderful and passionate actor on stage and screen, Brian loved his work and touched many lives., and gone too soon. We love him and will miss him very much; Please remember Brian in your thoughts. “Funeral arrangements will be announced in the coming days.”

The actor died at 59 years old and his sister revealed that the cause of McCardie’s death was a aortic dissectiona fatal condition in which the wall weakens the aorta thus causing sudden death.

Brian died from an aortic dissection, causing brief pain and sudden death. A funeral mass will be celebrated on Thursday 23 May at 11.30am at St Mary’s Church, 70 Bannatyne Street, Lanark!

This is news that the entertainment world did not expect, and many of his colleagues and friends have paid tribute to the actor, making publications on their social networks and leaving messages of support for the family and describing the great human being and actor. what was it.

Director Alan Bowman Clarke He posted on his social network: “MIt is sad to learn of the death of the legendary actor #brianmccardie. I spoke with him several times about projects and always found him genuine, passionate, generous and fun. I wrote a part for him in a future project. My thoughts are with his family, friends and colleagues.”

The producers of ‘Line Of Duty’, Jed Mercurio and Simon Heath were not far behind and released a statement giving their heartfelt condolences and sadness at the actor’s departure.

“We are deeply saddened to learning of the death of Brian McCardie. We are honored to have worked with Brian on Line Of Duty. Brian was an incredibly talented actor and the lasting impact Tommy Hunter had is testament to the power of his performance. Off screen, Brian couldn’t have been more different from the character he played: he was warm, funny and charming. Our thoughts are with his loved ones at this difficult time,” the producers said.

Brian McCardie had a 35-year artistic career, both in television and film. He starred alongside Sean Bean in the 2021 BBC prison crime drama Time, and the television series Irvine Welsh’s Crime, he was also in the film Rob Roy and here he played Liam Neeson’s brother and participated in the Netflix series The Last Czars.

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