Star Wars Actor Alfie Curtis Dead At 87

Star Wars Actor Alfie Curtis Dead At 87

Star Wars Actor Alfie Curtis Dead At 87

Alfie Curtis passed away aged 87Who was Alfie Curtis? "You had the death sentence on twelve systems but you'll forever live on in our nightmares and our hearts", one person tweeted.

Mark Hamill took to Twitter to pay tribute to Alfie Curtis and remembered him as "funny and kind".

It was also revealed about the character that Evazan reportedly found an affinity for "creative surgery", during his training to become a doctor. "As horrific as he was on-camera, off-camera he was amusing, kind & a real gentleman", Hamill wrote, referring to the iconic scene where Dr. Evazan threatens Luke Skywalker in the 1977 Star Wars film. As horrific as he was on-camera, off-camera he was amusing, king & a real gentleman.

Born in Stepney, London in 1930, Curtis began acting since 1973, when he made his debut on the "Bowler" television series.

Evazan and Baba also appeared in "Rogue One", last year's "Star Wars" spinoff movie that chronicles the events leading up to the 1977 original film. Thanks, Alf- you'll be missed.

"Star Wars" actor Alfie Curtis is dead at age 87, according to multiple reports.

"His "I don't like you either" line was absolute perfection".

A third stated: "The bar scene in #StarWars remains one of the coolest sequences ever committed to film".

News of Curtis's death broke on the Comic Book/"Star Wars" website before it was picked up by other media outlets.

What was his cause of death?

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