Roger Michell, Director of ‘Notting Hill’ and ‘Venus,’ Dies at 65

Roger Michell, Director of ‘Notting Hill’ and ‘Venus,’ Dies at 65
Roger Michell, the director best known for films like “Notting Hill” and “Venus,” has died. He was 65.

Michell died on Wednesday, and his death was announced Thursday by his publicist to the UK Press Association (via The Guardian). No cause of death was given.

“It is with great sadness that the family of Roger Michell, director, writer and father of Harry, Rosie, Maggie and Sparrow, announce his death at the age of 65 on September 22,” his publicist said.

Some of Michell’s other more recent films include “Blackbird,” “My Cousin Rachel” and “The Duke,” a drama starring Jim Broadbent and Helen Mirren that premiered at the 2020 virtual Venice Film Festival and is due in U.S. theaters later this year. The British director also won two BAFTAs for his work in television.

Michell’s 1999 film “Notting Hill,” just his third feature, starred Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant and was a romantic
See full article at The Wrap »

Similar News


Recently Viewed