Michael Gambon, the British-Irish actor best known for playing the wise professor Albus Dumbledore in the "Harry Potter" film series, passed away earlier today. He was a true artist, and dazzled audiences with a diverse career spanning decades, playing roles in everything from Shakespearean classics to modern tragedies.
British-Irish actor Michael Gambon, best known to global audiences for playing the wise professor Albus Dumbledore in the "Harry Potter" movie franchise and whose career was launched by his mentor Laurence Olivier, died aged 82, today.
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