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Mad Max: Fury Road Immortan Joe Actor Hugh Keays-Burn Dice

Hugh Keays-Bahn, the actor behind Mad Max’s iconic enemies Toecutter and Immortan Joe, died at the age of 73. The news of the actor’s death comes from directors Ted Geogegan and Brian Trenchard Smith. Geoghegan said twitter Today, “Australian Movie Shadow Hero” died at the age of 73. He focused on Keaysburn’s performance as Toecutter at Mad Max in 1979 and Immortan Joe on Mad Max: Fury Road in 2015.Mr. Geogegan said Keaysburn was an absolutely wonderful person who fought hard for environmental and humanitarian issues, and Keaysburn was a former Royal Shakespeare Company actor and also mentioned by Trenchard Smith.

“It’s sad to report that my friend Hugh Keays Burn died in the hospital yesterday (a),” Trenchard Smith said in a Facebook post today. “A former Royal Shakespeare Company actor who settled in Australia co-starred in my Man From Hong Kong and was globally recognized as Mad Max’s Toecutter and Mad Max: Fury Road Immortan Joe.”

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Trenchard Smith went on to talk about many happy memories of the actor, how he cares about social justice, and “protecting the environment long before these issues prevail.” Keith Burn was dominated by a sense of human unity, Trenchard Smith said.In addition to the Hong Kong guy and the two Mad Max movies mentioned above, he also has a lot of credit in movies such as Stone and Chain Reaction, and in television series such as Moby Dick, Joe Wilson, and Journey to the Center of the Earth. ..

Check behind the scenes on Mad Max: Fury Road to see how Keaysburn developed Immortan Joe’s villain. You can also watch the actor play the role of Toecutter in the original Mad Max movie now available on Steam.

Wesley LeBlanc is IGN’s freelance news writer and guide maker.You can follow him Twitter @LeBlancWes..

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