The 80 year old Scottish actor suffered a heart attack on Wednesday, according to his agent, and is now in a stable condition in hospital.
Richard Wilson, the actor well known for his role as the grumpy Victor Meldrew in BBC sitcom classic ‘One Foot In the Grave’, is in hospital after suffering a heart attack.
The Scottish-born actor, who recently turned 80, is reported by The Guardian to have had a cardiac arrest on Wednesday afternoon (August 10th). He was rushed to hospital and is now in a stable condition, according to a statement issued on Thursday evening by his agent, John Grant.
Richard Wilson has suffered a heart attack
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Richard Wilson - A variety of celebrities were photographed as they attended the UK premiere of 'A Little Chaos' which was held at the Odeon cinema in Kensington, London, United Kingdom - Monday 13th April 2015
Richard Wilson is "really touched and humbled" from receiving an award for his outstanding contribution to television and film at the 2013 Scotland Bafta awards.
Richard Wilson won the top prize at this year's British Academy Scotland Awards.
The ceremony took place on Sunday (Nov 17th) at the Radisson Blu Hotel and was hosted by BBC Radio DJ Edith Bowman.
She stated, "I think it's really important to highlight the incredible talent that Scotland is producing whether that is in front of or behind the camera."
Gnomeo (voiced by McAvoy), son of Lady Bluebury (Smith), is the leader of the blue Montague garden. Accompanied by his sidekick Benny (Lucas), Gnomeo engages in tit-for-tat warfare with the red Capulets next door. Then he meets Juliet (Blunt), daughter of Lord Redbrick (Caine), and it's love at first sight. Which sends red warrior Tybalt (Statham) into a rage. As they plot a secret life together, Gnomeo and Juliet are assisted by Juliet's frog friend Nanette (Jensen) and the garden flamingo Featherstone (Cummings). But can these star-crossed lovers find happiness?
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Some gardens just wouldn't be complete without the addition of a garden gnome or two. The gardens on Verona Drive are no exception; the owners of the houses are extremely fond of their little hat wearing friends. What the human residents don't realise is that when all's quiet and there are no humans around, their garden comes to life!
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The opening of John Hillcoat's The Proposition wastes no time getting you in the mood. Four or five criminals are being shot at in a small shack and quickly answer back with ample fire power. Blood spurts everywhere, and two Asian prostitutes are quickly disposed of.
It's the 1880s: Dirt and dust are on the rise and hygiene is sadly in decline. The Burns brothers have been split up: Eddie (Danny Huston) has run off into the desert caves of Australia while Charlie (Guy Pearce) and Mike (Richard Wilson) have gotten snagged in a gunfight. The captain of the local English sheriffs, Captain Stanley (a brooding Ray Winstone), has ordered the hanging of Mike but tells Charlie that if he kills Eddie, he will turn them both free.
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Cut to months later; the studio president is ousted, and the new pres wants nothing to do with It's All True, killing the film and accusing Welles of wasting money and shooting without a script. The episode would cost Welles a number of jobs down the road and send him out of the States for decades.
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