British actor Joss Ackland has died at the age of 95.
The “Mighty Ducks” and “White Mischief” actor’s family said the star passed away “peacefully” while being “surrounded by family” on Sunday.
“With his distinctive voice and commanding presence, Ackland brought a unique intensity and gravitas to his roles,” the statement continued. “He will be remembered as one of Britain’s most talented and beloved actors.”
Ackland’s loved ones called him a “beloved father.” He had seven children with his wife of 51 years, Rosemary Kirkcaldy, before she died in 2002 from motor neuron disease. He also had 32 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
“Joss was a long-term client and great friend who remained lucid, erudite and mischievous to the very end,” Ackland’s rep told The Post.
Details surrounding the prestigious CBE (Commander of the Order of the British Empire) recipient’s cause of death are still unclear.
Ackland’s six-decade career saw the North Kensington native acting with some of the most notable names to grace the silver screen, including Sean Connery, Alec Baldwin, Dame Maggie Smith and…
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