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Ray Stevenson, Actor in 'Thor' and 'Rome,' Dies at 58

Ray Stevenson, the Irish actor who starred in films like "Punisher: War Zone," "King Arthur," and the "Thor" films, died on Sunday in Italy. He was 58.

No cause of death has been released, but Stevenson was reportedly hospitalized during filming on the Italian island of Ischia. At the time of his death, he was working on an action movie, Cassino in Ischia.

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Stevenson was born in Northern Ireland in 1964. He began his acting career in the 1990s, appearing in TV shows like "The Bill" and "Prime Suspect." He made his film debut in 1999's "The Lost World: Jurassic Park."

Stevenson's breakthrough role came in 2004, when he starred as Titus Pullo in the HBO series "Rome." He went on to appear in a number of high-profile films, including "Punisher: War Zone," "Gladiator," and "Thor."

Stevenson was also a prolific voice actor, lending his talents to animated films like "The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian" and "The Lego Movie."

He is survived by his wife, actress Sinead Cusack, and their two children.

Stevenson's death is a major loss to the acting community. He was a talented actor with a wide range of roles, and he will be remembered for his memorable performances.

His friends and colleagues have expressed their condolences on social media.

"I'm heartbroken to hear about the passing of Ray Stevenson," said actor Kevin McKidd, who starred alongside Stevenson in "Rome." "He was a great friend and a brilliant actor. I'll miss him dearly."

"Ray Stevenson was a force of nature," said director Justin Theroux. "He was a powerful actor and a kind man. I'm so grateful to have had the opportunity to work with him."

Stevenson's death is a sad reminder of the fragility of life. He was a talented actor with a bright future ahead of him. His death is a loss to the acting community and to the world.

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