The brother of British drama, film and television actor and musician Joan Armatrading died in the fight against cancer. He has appeared in Shakespeare Company, Saints and TV series such as Detective Monk, NCIS-Crime Department, Prison Break and Hawaiian Futsal.
British actor Tony Armatrading died of cancer at the age of 59. After his long-term photography work, he has starred in other works including Notting Hill, Saints, and Prison Break. The announcement was made by a friend, Tim Bentinck, who posted photos of Armatading in the hospital.
He is the brother of Joan Armatrading.
“A very sad news. My very dear friend Tony Armatrading died of cancer an hour ago. I am fortunate to be his best man, I love him deeply. He is an excellent actor and a true friend.This photo of him with Suzy and Dash last night“Please read Bentick’s May 10th post. He is the musician’s brother Joan Armatrading, A famous British singer and guitarist.
Tony Armatrading’s career
Born in Birmingham in 1961, Armatrading made his debut at the Birmingham Repertory Theatre, and then began his career with the Royal Shakespeare Company: he worked with Imelda Staunton, Jeremy Irons, Pete Postlesway Te and Sean Binn and others co-produced “Hamlet” and “Romeo”. And Juliet. It has been broadcast on TV since the late 1970s, and has been broadcast in the form of English series, such as “Angels on the Road to Empire”, “Farm Hill”, “Chalk Face”. In 1997, he played a small role in the movie Saint, A remake of the TV series of the same name starring Val Kilmer.in Notting Hill, The famous 1999 romantic comedy starred Julia Roberts (Julia Roberts), a security guard who spoke with Hugh Grant. Armatrading starred in the Color Blind miniseries, and played roles for Xalek in several “Star Wars” video games, and borrowed his voice in the film. Eragon. In addition, he has also appeared in several famous American TV series. Armatrading participated Detective monk NCIS-Anti-Crime Team E prison Break.His last role is in the episode Hawaii Five, In 2020: He played the role of Claypool.