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Rutger Hauer has passed away

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Very sad news, was a privilege meeting him at LFCC 2016 - when I had a longer chat at the photoshoot than I have had with many stars at the autograph desk!  He was such an inquisitive fellow, a very nice man.

It just shows you that you never know when you might not get a chance to see people again - so if you want something this weekend, go for it!

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Terrible news. Very underrated actor. RIP.

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Very sad news and I was gutted he didn't make it to the NEC earlier this year but this probably explains why he couldn't attend, and the above post is so true.

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A great actor-his performance in Blade Runner was brilliant.

Rest In Peace.

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My parents got a notification message about him passing away and I couldn't find it on the internet so I thought my parents were joking. Then I heard it on Dutch news and I was shocked. Could have met him a few months ago but didn't :(

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Met him twice, both times at a Showmasters event. A great actor and a lovely man. Thanks for the opportunity Showmasters.

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3 minutes ago, pretenama2012 said:

Met him twice, both times at a Showmasters event. A great actor and a lovely man. Thanks for the opportunity Showmasters.

There’s a post started for this  for this in the general chat forum. The mods might want to merge this into it.

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3 minutes ago, MAGIC MONKEY said:

All, it is my sad duty to inform you that Rutger Hauer has passed away.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-49098435

I was hoping he'd be around for a while longer so I could get him to sign something else for me. He was a nice guest at the last LFCC he came to. 

There are already two threads started for this. One in the correct place general chat and another in here. Please try to check before starting new threads.

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I would have loved to meet him, but since moving over to NI from London my attendance much more limited.

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A lovely, lovely man - as above he spent what seemed like ages talking to me at the signing desk in 2016, RIP

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A fantastic actor and chap, thank you SM for the opportunity to meet him back in 2016.

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One of my favourite actors - I was so happy to meet him at LFCC in 2016, even if he did reduce me to a dribbling idiot when he spoke to me in the photoshoot...

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Such sad news. Am happy to have met him, but do regret not getting the photo or getting a second autograph the next day. 

My memories of Rutger that weekend was approaching him at his table where gave me a cheeky tongue out face while taking a bite from his Mars bar. Also as I left the venue, I saw him having a smoke outside, visibly very tired from a long day. He will be missed. 

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:crying:  very sad news ....... I loved him in "LADYHAWKE" .....I remember it was the first movie I rent at a VHS-Store, many years ago ..... I was fascinated by the story and his portrait of Etienne Navarre , the unlucky Captain victim of a horrible curse ( with her beauty Lady Isabeau) was superb.  What a beautiful and romantic movie!!! I liked also his role in Blade Runner , a real masterpiece. 

R.I.P. dear Rutger.... :closedeyes: 

 

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