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James McAvoy Touches Hearts As He Mourns The Death Of A Famous Actor With Emotional Tribute

James McAvoy Touches Hearts As He Mourns The Death Of A Famous Actor With Emotional Tribute

The famous Scottish actor, James McAvoy, has shared a throwback picture of the actor John Sessions on his official Instagram account and penned down an emotional note to pay his respect to the famous comedian.

John Sessions was also a Scottish actor like McAvoy and he died at the age of 67 at his home in London from heart disease. John Sessions was a British actor and comedian. He was a character actor in numerous films, both in the UK and Hollywood.

After sad news of Session’s death, most of his fans and friends took to social media accounts to pay their respects to the late legend of comedy. One of them was his actor friend, James McAvoy.

The 41-year-old actor shared his picture with John Sessions at a film set working together on his Instagram account. He also penned down a heartbreaking note to send his condolences to him and mourned his death.

They worked together on the sets of ‘The Last Station‘ and ‘Filth‘ movies, and McAvoy stated that he had the pleasure to work with a “one of a kind” talent like Sessions twice. Afterwards, McAvoy shared a memory with the late Sessions in which Sessions informed McAvoy of the correct pronunciation of the word “Harassed” during a set.

Here’s the caption:

I’m so sad to hear of the passing of the singularly talented John Sessions. I had the pleasure of working with him twice in the last decade #thelaststation and in possibly my favourite film #filthmovie and he was a joy. Mad funny and quick as you like.

Up for a laugh but anxious to deliver the goods. He gently informed me of the correct pronunciation of the word “Harassed”…whenever I say it I think of him and will, I think forever do so. Hope wherever you are you’re doing impressions of the famous dead and reaping the laughter John.”

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