Titanic and Star Trek actor David Warner died at age 80.
David Warner, who starred in Titanic, The Omen, and the Star Trek franchise, died of cancer at the age of 80.
He appeared as Billy Zane's bodyguard, Spicer Lovejoy, in James Cameron's Titanic in 1997
In the 1976 horror film The Omen, he played the photographer Keith Jennings, which was appreciated by everyone.
He began his acting career by enrolling at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (Rada) in London
In 1966, he received a leading actor Bafta nomination for his role in Morgan: A Suitable Case For Treatment.
In the midst of his success, Warner experienced chronic stage fright due to psoriasis, and prioritized television and film roles over theatre roles.
But Warner returned in 2001 to the industry after 20 years. His family said: "He was a kind-hearted, generous, and compassionate man, a partner and a father whose legacy of extraordinary work has touched the lives of so many over the years."