Julia Roberts delivered a touching tribute to Roger Mitchell, who directed her in Notting Hill, following his latest demise.
The South Africa-born British director of the favored 1999 romantic comedy-drama movie died on Wednesday, Sept. 22, at age 65, his household stated in an announcement.
And in her personal assertion to E! Information, the Oscar winner described Mitchell as “such a form and mild man. He all the time had a candy grin on his face and an ideal piece of course to share. I really feel so lucky to have had such a implausible alternative to work with him. Roberts additionally provided her condolences to his youngsters Harry, Rosie, Maggie and Sparrow, “the true lights of his life.”
Along with Notting Hill, which additionally starred Hugh Grant, Michell, whose reason behind demise has not been shared, was recognized for guiding a number of different A-list heavy movies.
The listing included the 2006 romantic comedy-drama Venus, which earned an Oscar nomination for actor Peter O’Toole, the 2002 thriller Altering Lanes with Ben Affleck and Samuel L. Jackson, the 2010 romantic comedy-drama Morning Glory with Rachel McAdams, Harrison Ford and Diane Keaton, the 2012 biographical comedy drama Hyde Park on Hudson with Invoice Murray as former President Franklin D. Roosevelt, and the 2019 drama movie Blackbird—starring Susan Sarandon, Kate Winslet and Rainn Wilson.