the Actor Ian Holm reached in his career to perform in many memorable roles.
Hans started his career as a stage actor and received the 1967 Tony Award as 'Best actor' for his role in the Harold Pinter play 'The Homecoming'.
His first break as a film actor came in 1979, when he starred in Ridley Scott's 'Alien'.
Since it was especially roles as Vito Cornelius in 'The fifth element' and as the hobbit Bilbo Baggins (in English Bilbo Baggins) in the 'Lord of the Rings', which made him an international star.
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Holm starred in a long series of films directed by former Monty Python member Terry Gilliam - among other things, 'Brazil' and 'Time Bandits'.
Ian Hom on the red carpet in 2017. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix
the Death was confirmed by his manager, according to the newspaper The Guardian.
- He died quietly in the hospital with his family by his side, it shall notify the manager and adds that the cause of death was related to the disease Parkinson's.
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Earlier in the month expressed Ian Holm his sadness about not being able to contribute in a virtual reunion of the original 'Lord of the Rings'team.
'I am sorry not to be able to see you. I miss you all and hope your adventure has brought you far and wide. I am in lockdown in my hobbit-hole', he announced, according to The Guardian.
Bilbo is the main character in the novel 'the Hobbit' written by the british author J. R. R. Tolkien.
He is initially a highly comfortably brought the hobbit, who is happy for the home's comfortable surroundings, good food and good wine.
He persuaded to go out on an adventurous journey, and he discovers sides of himself he knew not, and abilities he did not know that he had.
At the end of history, he is a changed person who has fought against orcs, giant spiders, dragons ft.v. and he has found great treasures and become a rich man.
Bilbo appears also in the novel 'Lord of the Rings' as the uncle and guardian of the protagonist Frodo Baggins.
Ian Holm (far left), Sigourney Weaver, Tom Skerritt and John Hurt in the film 'Alien' from 1979. Photo from the film