Stephen Greif, ‘The Crown Actor’, Dies at 78

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Stephen Greif, a British actor and character actor who has appeared in many films. The CrownHe has passed away. He was 78. Greif’s representatives sent a tweet to Michelle Braidman AssociatesAnnounced the sad news. “We will miss him dearly and our thoughts are with his family and friends,”The company sent a message along with a photo of Grief.

Grief was born in Sawbridgeworth in Hertfordshire in 1994. He would go on to develop a passion for theatre. In the late 1960s, Grief began his professional career as a stage actor in several plays. He then went on to appear in film and television. Some of his early credits are: The New AvengersTV adaptation Treasure Island. Grief’s final role on-screen came in the following: The CrownHe was the Speaker for the House in 2020.

Many have mourned the passing of Greif and remembered him. “I’m so sorry to read this. Stephen was so kind to me so many times,”Dominic Frisby is a comedian and author in Britain. Tweet. “Among other things he helped me make my first voice tape and got me started in a career that has been very kind to me. My youngest two children owe him their existence in a way – he introduced me to their mum.”

“Such sad news,” AdditionalActor David Kennedy “I worked with Stephen only once at the NT. He was a consummate professional and an absolute gent. RIP sir and condolences to his family.” Fan available, “I’m shocked and saddened by Stephen Greif’s passing. I saw him recently doing Tears, Treachery and Just a Little Murder and at the Forever Avon convention. Another great actor with a truly amazing voice gone and such a gentleman.”

Barnaby Edwards is an actor Greif wrote, “Very saddened to hear that Stephen Greif has left us. A rock-solid performer with a voice as liquid and deadly as molten lava. When it came to playing villains, he was unsurpassed. His acerbic wit and obvious intelligence made him a joy to direct. Thanks for the fun, Stephen.”Actor Nicholas Pegg Tweet, “Raising a glass to Stephen Greif. Such a fine actor, and such a lovely man. From the National Theatre to Citizen Smith, he bestowed class and elegance on all he did. And in the role of Travis in Blake’s 7, he created one of British television’s most unforgettable villains.”

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