Famous British actor Roy Dotrice died at the age of 94 in his London residence while with the family. He performed in various movies including Oscar-winning film Amadeus, in which he played the role of Leopold Mozart.
His three daughters, grandchildren, and great-grandson were alongside when he breathed his last. Dotrice was praised for his acting in “A Moon for the Misbegotten revival” and received the iconic Tony award for it.
Dotrice lent his voice to record audiobooks of George R. R. Martin’s “A Song of Ice and Fire” novels which was later adapted into Game of Thrones. He held Guinness World Record for the most characters voiced by a single actor in a 33-hour-long audiobook. In the first novel of A Song of Ice and Fire, he voiced 223 characters.
Dotrice had also played a part in the video adaptation, featuring as Wisdom Hallyne the pyromancer in season 2. He performed as John Aubrey in Brief Lives. He had made his debut in 1965 in “The Heroes of Telemark”. Dotrice will also be remembered as a theatre actor.