86-Year-Old Kenneth Haigh Has Passed Away
Kenneth Haigh was a British actor who was popular for his role of Jimmy Porter in the movie “Look Back in Anger”. The man died at the age of 86 on the 4th of February in England. His life wasn’t a bed of roses, and they say it ended in one of the nursing homes. He had lived there since 2003.
Originally, he had to be a coal miner like his father, but the interest in acting prevailed, and the man chose the mystery world of movies and acting.
“Look Back in Anger” wasn’t the only film he was famous for. Kenneth appeared as Brutus in such films as “Cleopatra” together with Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. Then, he was also famous for “A Hard Day’s Night”.
The man was quite often on TV, and people liked him a lot there, especially in the early 1970-s series “Man at the Top”.
The man was married to his wife in 1973, and together, they had one child.
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People from all over the world paid tribute to the man who made them smile and see this world as a good place to live.
Rest in peace, our beloved Kenneth Haigh.
RIP, Kenneth Haigh, the star of one of my favorite Twilight Zone episodes, "The Last Flight": https://t.co/1FKdWpaKCH Haigh also had a very funny scene in the Beatles' "A Hard Day's Night" and acted in many other shows and movies. A toast to his memory ... pic.twitter.com/a24ztsnp8M
— The Twilight Zone (@TheNightGallery) February 13, 2018
Sad to read about the death of a really great actor, Kenneth Haigh
— Cepe Smith (@CepeSmith) February 12, 2018
R.I.P. Kenneth Haigh. pic.twitter.com/uENhMI72Wl
— Ernest III (@ErnmanSellsOut) February 14, 2018
Farewell Kenneth Haigh, 86
The time-travelling pilot in the Twilight Zone's THE LAST FLIGHT.
More than held his own as Brutus in CLEOPATRA
The original "Jimmy Porter" in stage play LOOK BACK IN ANGER pic.twitter.com/CfvoHNxUOT
— Rhett Bartlett (@dialmformovies) February 14, 2018
Actor Kenneth Haigh has died. He was Joe Lampton in 70s TV series Man At The Top. In this image he is almost as 1970s as peer Peter Wyngarde. pic.twitter.com/4vcdGud7NA
— Martin Knight (@MartinKnight_) February 12, 2018
— Eddie Love (@EddieLove44) February 15, 2018