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The actor Paul Grant f.He was declared dead early Monday morning, after he was found days earlier in the flat outside King’s Cross station, north London.
Grant, 56, was allegedly already brain dead, according to “The Guardian.” The actor’s family was the one who decided to deduct him from life support.
The interpreter had problems with alcohol and many times he was found drunk at the same station where he was found before he died.
Even in an old interview, the artist acknowledged that all the money was spent on drugs, prostitutes and alcohol, which caused him to lose his family. “I need help. I’ve been on cocaine and it’s gotten worse. I drink and smoke what I can. I had a family, I was married, now I’m divorced. I have lost everything I have nothing, I spent it on drugs and prostitutes”, he said at the time.
The actor participated in great Hollywood hits such as “Return of the Jedi”, from the “Star Wars” saga and got the role of an Ewok; in the “Labyrinth” playing a goblin, “The Dead” and in “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone” where he gave life to another goblin.
In addition, in “La Leyenda” and “Willow, in the land of enchantment” where he doubled.
Grant suffered from achondroplasia and was 1.32 meters tall.
Paul Grant’s daughter, Jayne Grant 28 years old, declared to a news channel to confirm the death of the actor and said “I am heartbroken. No girl deserves to have her dad taken away from her. He was so well known and loved (because of his work). He is gone too soon.”
Meanwhile, the actor’s couple, Mary Dwyer, offered him some emotional farewell words: “Paul was the love of my life. The funniest man I know. He made my life complete. Life will never be the same without him”, according to the English medium.