Emma Watson, 25, is in as much shock and disbelief over the death of Alan Rickman, 69, as the rest of the world. The young actress just released a statement touching on how important he was to her, especially as the actor who played Snape next to her in the Harry Potter films for so long.
While Snape and Harry Potter had a tumultuous relationship at best, Daniel Radcliffe and the late Alan Rickman, who died of cancer on Jan. 14, had a strong and beautiful friendship. After Alan’s passing, Daniel released a heartbreaking statement about the man he called one of the most ‘supportive’ actors he ever knew.
J.K. Rowling, 50, has just lost one of her beloved friends, Alan Rickman, 69, to cancer. The actor was best known for portraying Snape in the Harry Potter films, which were based off of the brilliant book series that J.K. wrote. Wait until you see the beautiful and touching words she had to say about the actor.
Alan Rickman has tragically died at the age of 69. But before he was plagued with the cancer that took his life, the actor lived a memorable life and had an illustrious career that will be remembered by people all over the world. Help us remember the incredible Harry Potter star by reliving his life in pictures here.
Legendary actor Alan Rickman is dead. The British acting icon, best known for his role as Snape in the Harry Potter movies, has died at 69 after battling cancer. Alan was a superstar in movies and on the stage, and his illustrious career spanned decades. He will be so missed.
Alan Rickman, 69, finally walked down the aisle with his longtime partner Rima Horton, 68. The pair, who have been living with each other since 1977, finally decided to officially seal the deal in a secret ceremony in New York. HollywoodLife.com has all the details.
The Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 London premiere has begun and there are no words to describe the epic proportions to which the studio and celebs alike have gone to make this quite possibly the biggest movie opening of all time…and we thought Twilight was a big deal!