Another dead has hit the entertainment industry as yet another actor and well-known person has lost his life to cancer. This week, designer extraordinaire Virgil Abloh was announced to have died after a long battle with a rare cancer. Last year the world lost Black Panther star Chadwick Boseman also lost his life to cancer.
Former president FW de Klerk also passed away last month to cancer.
News has broke that another South African actor had died, although he may not be that well-known here in the country, he was celebrated overseas.
One of British theatre’s most celebrated actors, Antony Sher, has reportedly died of cancer.
According to the Guardian, the star's cancer struggles were revealed in September when his husband, Gregory Doran, took compassionate leave to care for him. Doran is the Royal Shakespeare Company's artistic director.
Sher captured the imagination of audiences in numerous productions with the Royal Shakespeare Company and was regarded by many as one of the finest actors to take the stage.
Sher was born in Cape Town in 1949. He left in 1968 and trained at the Webber Douglas Academy in London. He went on to make a name for himself on the global stage.
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