Gaspard Ulliel Marvel Moon Knight star actor dies at 37

Gaspard Ulliel

Gaspard Ulliel

Gaspard Ulliel, French actor and Marvel Moon Knight star has died aged 37 following a tragic ski accident.

He was skiing in the Savoie region when he collided with another skier at an intersection between two slopes and suffered a serious brain trauma.

The Cesar-winning actor was hospitalised for head injury on Tuesday. He did not survive, according to reports from France.

The actor’s family and local agent announced the news as tributes poured in for the much-loved screen star.

Ulliel is survived by his 6 year-old son Orso and his girlfriend Gaelle Petri.

Ulliel starred in “Hannibal Rising,” “Saint Laurent” and more.

Variety reported he was one of France’s best known actors and worked with critically acclaimed filmmakers in France and abroad.

His credits include Bertrand Bonello’s Cannes competition title “Saint Laurent,” as well as Xavier Dolan’s “It’s Only the End of The World,” and Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s “A Very Long Engagement.”

Others are Bertrand Tavernier’s “La Princesse de Montpensier.”

He stars as Midnight Man in Marvel’s highly anticipated “Moon Knight.”

The young actor was well-respected and was known for being highly articulate, elegant and friendly.

Over his successful career he won a flurry of laurels, including two Cesar awards, in 2005 with ” A Very Long Engagement” and in 2017 with “It’s Only The End of The World.”

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