Christopher Lee Passes Away At Age 93

 R.I.P. Christopher Lee

R.I.P. Christopher Lee

Christopher Lee died this past Sunday at the age of 93.  With his portrayals of such characters as Dracula, Saruman, Count Dooku, and the Mummy, Christopher Lee has entertained me for as long as I can remember.  He lived a long, prosperous life and worked practically right up until its end. Rest in peace, Mr. Lee, and thank you.

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26 thoughts on “Christopher Lee Passes Away At Age 93

  1. shows that if you do something you love to do, you do it very well and you keep doing it as long as you can. Hugs

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  2. He was such a great actor. This man has been on my TV my whole life.

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  3. To think he was able to live such a captivating life up to the close of the final chapter is remarkable in itself. And who left here will fill his shoes? If none, then we have witnessed an extinction.

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  4. He was so good at playing bad guys. His Dooku character was classic.

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  5. I saw this earlier today and needed a little moment to collect myself. He was one of the greats, that voice alone I could recognise anywhere and he could have recited the phone book I would still have listened to him with pleasure. RIP Mr Lee

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  6. My sincere condolences to his family and friends.

    “The Impossible Dream’ is, in my opinion, one of the greatest songs ever written. Here is a man, an old man, a very old man full of daring, bravery, courage, determination, romanticism and dreams.”
    ~ Christopher Lee

    In honor and in memory of Mr. Lee:

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  7. R.I.P Chris, awesome actor and a real gentleman, such a shame.

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  8. I’ll charge a glass to him.

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