Paul Grant, an actor who starred in the Harry Potter and Star Wars movies, passed away at the age of 56 after being discovered unconscious at a train station.
Grant was discovered Thursday afternoon outside King’s Cross station in north London.
He had already been certified brain de@d after collapsing when he was pronounced de@d at 3.49 am on Monday. The cause of de@th is yet unknown.
Grant, who portrayed an Ewok in Return of the Jedi and a goblin in Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, also starred alongside David Bowie and Jennifer Connelly as a member of the Goblin Corps in the 1986 blockbuster Labyrinth.
Hoggle, who was portrayed by Shari Weiser and had a voice by Brian Henson, was also the actor’s stunt double in the film Labyrinth.
Legend, the 1985 Tom Cruise movie, and the 1988 movie Willow are some of his additional filmography credits.
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His deth was confirmed to Sky News by his daughter, Sophie Jayne Grant.
She exclaimed, “I’m heartbroken … No girl deserves their dad to be taken away … He was so well known and loved [for his work]. He’s gone too soon
According to a representative for the London Ambulance Service, “We were contacted at 2:08 p.m. on March 16 to reports of an incident at St. Pancras Station, Euston Road.
“We sent an ambulance crew and a medic in a response car. We treated a man at the scene and took him to hospital as a priority.”
Maria Dwyer, Grant’s partner, his two daughters, one son, stepchildren, and grandchildren all survive him.
Paul was my life’s love, Dwyer said in a homage to the actor. I know no man who is funnier. He gave my life meaning. Without him, life will never be the same.
Stacey, Grant’s stepdaughter, has created a Go Fund Me website to collect money for his funeral. She replied, “I’m making this page because I want to give Paul the finest send-off he would wish. Paul regrettably died away yesterday.