Entertainment| British actor Albert Finney Died: British artist Albert Finney, who received four Oscars awards, died at the age of 82. Albert Finney was suffering from cancer for quite a while. Albert Finney, who starred in more than 60 Hollywood films, was suffering from kidney cancer. For the past 8 years, he was upset with it. The British Film Institute confirmed Albert's death on his Twitter account.
Albert Finney was born in Salford in 1936. His school's headmaster inspired him to become an actor. He got recognition worldwide in the 1960 film Saturday Night and Sunday Morning. Albert was called the original Young Man of Cinema.
Along with films, he was also fond of participating in plays. He played a lot on William Shakespeare's plays. His films Fidd Tom Jones, Murder on the Orient Express, The Dresser and Under the Volcano nominated for Oscars. From his death, the stars are in mourn from London to New York.
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