#Robert Hardy, who is remembered for his work in the “#Harry Potter” film series, dies at 91. According to his family members, who confirmed the news to The Guardian, Robert Hardy was an elegant, dignified and marvelous actor. He played an influential role in the television series “All Creatures Great and Small.” Robert is celebrated by all who loved him and knew him, and everyone who enjoyed his work.

1. Tributes from Twitter

Harry Potter” author J.K. Rowling took to her Twitter to share her thoughts about Robert. She called him a good actor and a versatile performer. It’s sad to hear about Robert Hardy’s death. He was such a talented star and everyone who worked with him loved Robert.

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Christopher Timothy, Robert’s co-star in the vets series, based on the #James Herriot books, called him a “joy to work with.” Christopher, 76, said that Robert Hardy was one of the best actors. He is grateful for Robert’s constant love, support, and cooperation. According to Timothy, Robert Hardy was a talented and active-minded person. Robert loved his music and was a champion of literature, as well as a reputable historian.

Hardy died on August 3, 2017, at Denville Hall. The same day, a lot of fans took to social media to share their thoughts. Some of them called him “a legend” while others named him as “the best British actor.” A few of his fans said that they would miss Robert Hardy.

2. His multiple roles

Hardy began his acting career from 1959’s “Coriolanus,” directed by Peter Hall.

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Over the years, he played a variety of parts in films and serials. In 1975, Robert portrayed Albert in the award-winning series “Edward the Seventh.” He was then seen as Siegfried Farnon in “All Creatures Great and Small,” based on a book of the same name by James Herriot. He enjoyed a successful 70-year career. Robert had many notable roles across multiple mediums and left behind a loving family.

3. Thoughts of his children

His kids, Emma, Paul, and Justine, told The Guardian on his passing:

“Dad is remembered as a meticulous linguist, a champion of literature, a lover of music and an exceptional artist. He was an essential part of the team that raised the great Tudor warship the Mary Rose.”

The trio also said that their father helped them a lot, and they were grateful for all his efforts. Outside of the “Harry Potter” film franchise, Robert’s notable works include “All Creatures Great And Small,” “Little Dorrit,” “Middlemarch” and “Churchill: The Wilderness Years.”