Director, Roger Michel, has passed away at the age of 65. Michelle’s agency reported, Agent Michelle.
“It is with great sadness that the family of the director, author, and father of Harry, Rosie, Maggie, and Sparrow Roger Michelle, announce his death at the age of 65,” he said in a statement. News City AFP, reproduced by several media outlets.
Michelle is best known for being the genius behind the romantic comedy Notting Hill with Julia Roberts (53) and Hugh Grant (61).
The cause of death is not yet known.
Michelle is also behind successful films like “Changing Lanes” and “Venus” and has also worked with some of Hollywood’s biggest stars, including Helen Mirren (76), Ben Affleck (49) and Samuel L. Jackson (72).
He began his career in the theater, winning, among other things, a BAFTA Award for “Persuasion”, and was nominated for three Golden Globe Awards.
In a private place, he was married for many years to actress Kate Bevery (64 years old), and together they had children Rosanna and Harry.
In 2002, he married Anna Maxwell Martin, 44, with whom he had two daughters, Maggie and Nancy. Eight years later, the couple divorced.
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