Sweden's leading European actor Max von Sydow, who starred in the fantasy drama series 'Game of Thrones', died at the age of 90.
Max von Sydow, who devoted more than half of his life to showbiz, was born in 1929 in the European country of Sweden and started acting at the age of just 20.
For 50 of his 90 years of life, showbiz and artist Max von Sydow has worked on just over 100 films and nearly three dozen plays during his long career.
He also contributed to video games, including stage acting, and was awarded numerous awards for his outstanding performances, while he was also nominated for the Oscar Award, the film's most prestigious film in the world but failed to win.
For the past few years, Max von Sydow has suffered from some health problems due to poor ageing and has also reduced attendance at public events.
The news agency 'Associated Press' (AP) reported in its report that Max von Sydow died in France at the age of 90 on the occasion of International Women's Day, and his family confirmed his death.
Max Owen Sido Quit At Public Events Due To Over-The-Count - File Photo: AP
The report states that Max von Sydow left the world in a calm state and upon his death, the celebrities of the film and showbiz industry expressed deep sorrow.
European politicians and social leaders, including Swedish government officials, expressed regret over the death of Max von Sydow.
It may be recalled that Max von Sydow began his career in 1949 with the film 'Only a Mother' and his last film 'Crisp' was released in 2018, his leading films include 'Miss Julie, The Seventh Steel, The Virgin Spring, The Wedding Day, The Mistress, Shame, The Touch, The Second Victoria, A kiss Before Dying, Time is Money, Jerusalem, Sleepless, The Inquiry, A Man And His Dog And Star Wars: The Force Awakens'.
Max von Sydow acted in three episodes of the 'Game of Thrones' drama series, and he first appeared in the Drama in 2016, his performance being praised.
Max von Sydow had 2 weddings and had 2 real children while he adopted two children.
Max Owen had two weddings — File Photo: Reuters