David Warner was dead due to cancer related illness at Denville Hall.

He was an 80 years old famous British actor.

He got his last breath at a retirement hall for entertainers in London 

He was stared for the famous Hollywood film "The Omen," "Titanic," "Tron" and two "Star Trek"

He had worked in more than 10 Hollywood films in his 60 years film career.

Warner was nominated for a British Academy Film Award for the title role in Karel Reisz’s Swinging London tragicomedy “Morgan: A Suitable Case for Treatment,”

He had won an Emmy for his role as Roman politician Pomponius Falco in the 1981 TV miniseries “Masada.”

He was remembered for the long time for his good behavior and amazing work on the top Hollywood films.