Shocking news has come out from the Hollywood industry. Hollywood veteran William Hurt has passed away, leaving the family, fans and the entire Hollywood industry in shock.
Hollywood star William Hurt has passed away. William’s son Will gave this information through social media. He wrote that we have to tell with great sadness that William Hurt, my father and Oscar winning actor, has passed away on 13 March 2022. He left all of us 1 week before 72 birthday. He went peacefully without disturbing anyone. The whole family is shocked by his departure, because of this we all want privacy from you at such a time. Let us tell you that William has been a Hollywood star. He has won the hearts of the audience by giving many hits in his career.
William played many interactive characters early in his career. But after that he worked in many science fiction and Marvel films.
William Hurt was an active stage actor in the 1980s and worked in productions for Off Broadway. He received his first Tony Award nomination in 1985 for his Broadway production Harleyburly. William’s debut film role was for the science fiction thriller Altered States in 1980, in which he played the character of a scientist. For this he also received a Golden Globe nomination for New Star of the Year. Not only this, William was nominated for the Academy Awards 3 times in the mid-1980s. This includes Kiss of Spider Woman, Children of Lesser God and Broadcast News. He won for Kiss of the Spider Woman.
William always worked with top directors. His first 5 films include Ken Russell, Peter Yates, Lawrence Kasdan, Michael Apted and Hector Babenso. He did 2 more films with Kane, The Accidental Tourist and I Love You to Death.
Let us tell you that in the year 2018, it was revealed that Hurt had terminal prostate cancer which had spread to the bone.
William’s personal life
William’s first marriage was to actress Mary Beth Hurt from 1971 to 1982. While he was married, he began a relationship with Sandra Jennings, whose pregnancy with his son resulted in William’s divorce from Mary Beth Hurt. Six years later, a high-profile court case surfaced in which Jennings claimed that she was his common-law wife under South Carolina law and was thus entitled to a share of his earnings. A New York court ruled in William’s favor, but the actor continued to have a strained relationship with fame.