The ‘Bewitched’ actor passed away passed away at the age of 89.
According to Hollywood Reporter, the Welsh actor spent his last moments of life at the Californian hospital Valley Presbyterian in Van Nuys.
According to Fox News correspondent Harlan Boll the Hollywood veteran died Wednesday of heart failure at a Los Angeles-area hospital.
Bernard Fox became known the Hollywood elite after he impersonated the role of Dr. Bombay in the popular TV series ‘Bewitched’. He played in the American sitcom for eight years.
In 1999, he portrayed the role of ‘Captain Winston Havlock’. A couple of years later, he played in ‘The Mummy’ and in the cinematographic masterpiece ‘Titanic’, where he played Col. Archibald Gracie.
Despite the fact he had a brilliant career, Fox decided to retire from the public life 12 years.
The actor was born in Wales in 1927. His parents, Queenie and Gerald Lawson were both actors and his son was eager to follow on their footsteps since he was a little boy.
He made his movie debut when he was just a toddler. His impressive portfolio includes more than 100 television and movie credits. His first acting role was in the UK – Sixpenny Corner in 1955.
Bernard and his wife Jacqueline had two daughters, Amanda and Valerie. Unfortunately, Valerie passed away ten years ago.
Our thoughts are with Bernard‘s family and friends during this difficult time.