'Moon Knight' Actor Dies at 37
Gaspard Ulliel, French actor and star of the upcoming Moon Knight series on Disney+ passed away at the age of 37 in a tragic skiing accident.
Ulliel was the star of “It’s Only the End of the World” and Marvel’s upcoming “Moon Knight” series. Reports of his death following a ski accident in the French Alps on Wednesday came from the news agency, AFP.
Gaspard Ulliel will appear in Disney+ Moon Knight as villain Anton Mogart aka Midnight Man.
From Variety: "One of France’s best known actors, Ulliel worked with critically acclaimed filmmakers in Europe and abroad. He began acting at the age of 12 with an uncredited role in the French TV movie “Une Femme En Blanc” (“A Woman in White”). After several TV films, series and shorts, he held small roles in Christophe Gans’s “Brotherhood of the Wolf,” Jean-Paul Salomé’s “Belphegore: Le fantôme du Louvre,” and Michel Blanc’s “Embrassez qui vous voulez,” before landing his first leading role opposite Emmanuelle Beart in André Techiné’s “Les Egarés” in 2003. Four years later, he took his English-speaking debut in Peter Webber’s “Hannibal Rising.”
The Cesar-winning actor was skiing in the Savoie region when he collided with another skier and suffered a serious brain trauma on Tuesday. He was transported by helicopter to a hospital in Grenoble. Local authorities have opened an investigation into the accident, according the AFP.