The inimitable, enigmatic actor of stage and screen Albert Finney dies at 82

Albert Finney, cinema’s original ‘angry young man’, dies aged 82

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ALBERT FINNEY’s CREDOTS @ IMDb

Mr. Finney, center, as the Belgian detective Hercule Poirot in “Murder on the Orient Express,” directed by Sidney Lumet in 1974. A second Academy Award nomination ensued.Credit Paramount Pictures

Finney’s incredible contribution is everlasting, his magnetic persona, a versatile actor, he is a legend…

With Love, Joey

2 thoughts on “The inimitable, enigmatic actor of stage and screen Albert Finney dies at 82

  1. Joey, I agree wholeheartedly with your praise of Finney. He was always a honest no b.s. actor and generous to fellow artists. Steve Frears and Lindsay Anderson were helped by him.
    Today on theguardian.com Culture section there is a rememberance of Albert Finney by Mike Figgis and Malcolm McDowell. Also links to other Guardian articles re: Finney. He also was a great interview on talk shows. Thankfully we have the treasure of his acting preserved on film.

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