Star Wars Actor and Dialect Coach Andrew Jack dies due to Coronavirus

A new name has also been added to Star Wars actor and dialect coach Andrew Jack in the film industry, who died due to Coronavirus.

The actor died on Tuesday in Surry Hospital, UK, after being treated for a long time with Coronavirus.

 Jack has appeared in several major films but is known for acting as Kaluana Imat in both “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” and “The Last Jedi”.

He also showed his talent as a dialect coach in acting as well as several films such as “Solo: A Star Wars Story,” “The Lord of the Rings” trilogy.

His agent Jill McCullough told everyone through a post that Andrew Jack had died due to Coronavirus.

His family was trapped in Australia due to quarantine. After receiving this news, his wife later paid tribute to Jack.

Jill McCullough told that “Andrew lived on one the oldest working houseboats on the Thames, he was fiercely independent but madly in love with his wife; also a dialect coach: Gabrielle Rogers”

“Andrew was full of life, he was tall and striking with flowing white hair. You wouldn’t miss him if he walked into a room.”

Gabriella Rogers Wrote on his twitter post “We lost a man today. Andrew Jack was diagnosed with Coronavirus 2 days ago. He was in no pain, and he slipped away peacefully knowing that his family were all ‘with’ him.”

“Take care out there, lovers x”

His co-worker Greg Grunberg wrote on his status “Devastated to hear of the passing of the wonderful, talented, beloved gentleman #AndrewJack. He is one of the kindest people I’ve ever worked with. Please stay safe.  Please stay home!!! #RIPAndrewJack”

Star Wars actor Anthony Daniels also wrote in his Instagram giving his tribute “Just heard very shocking news. Andrew Jack, dialect coach and actor, who became a friend during filming of the final trilogy, died this morning of Covid-19.”

“You’ll remember his distinguished features as Resistance officer, Major Caluan Ematt in The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. I’ll remember him for his sense of fun, intellect, companionship, kindly advice and ever-ready smile. Sad.”