Hugh Hudson Cause of death
Hugh Hudson was an English film director. He was among a generation of British directors who would begin their career making documentaries and television commercials before going on to have success in films.
He directed the 1981 Academy Award and BAFTA Award Best Picture Chariots of Fire, a film ranked 19th in the British Film Institute’s list of Top 100 British films.
He continued to direct commercials while making films, which included the British Airways face advertisement from 1989 made in collaboration with London-based advertising agency Saatchi & Saatchi.
Who was Hugh Hudson’s Wife?
Hudson’s first marriage on 25 August 1977, was with painter Susan Michie, the daughter of Alastair Milne Michie, with whom he had a son, born in 1978.
In November 2003, he married actress Maryam d’Abo, who played Kara Milovy in The Living Daylights (1987).
Did Hugh Hudson have kids?
Hugh Hudson had a son named, Thomas Hudson.
How old was Hugh Hudson?
hugh Hudson was born on August 25, 1936, in London, United Kingdom. He was 86 years old,
What was Hugh Hudson’s cause of death?
Film director Hugh Hudson, who directed best picture Oscar winner Chariots Of Fire, has died aged 86 following a short illness.
A statement released on behalf of his family said: “Hugh Hudson, 86, beloved husband and father, died at Charing Cross hospital on 10 February after a short illness.