Australian actor and producer Hugh Jackman, who is best known for playing Wolverine in the ‘X-Men’ film franchise, has shared a new post on Instagram Stories and penned a heartwrenching letter after his unexpected death of American playwright, Terrence McNally, due to coronavirus.
Terrence McNally, the award-winning playwright of the art world, died at the age of 81 due to coronavirus. The legendary artist has previously defeated lung cancer, but it was also been noted that he was struggling with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
After this tragic news, Hugh Jackman shared a recent Instagram Stories and wrote a meaningful message to paid his tribute to the legendary playwright.
In the statement, Jackman said that the moment of the meeting with Terrence was the greatest experience of his life, and he described him as a genuinely amazing man.
Here’s what Hugh Jackman wrote:
“One of the great moments in my life when I got to meet Terrence McNally. Incredible talent and a genuinely amazing man. Rest in peace.
See the Instagram post below.