Following the sad news of Alan Rickman's death at the age of 69 fans are reminiscing about all his amazing performances. Here are some of his most memorable moments: from his best-loved films, interviews… and a tea party with a twist.
A brilliant reminder that Rickman was able to turn his hand to comedy.
Rickman as Gruber was the perfect villain to give Bruce Willis a run for his money.
No other actor could have carried off the role of a fallen angel with such snark and sass.
Considered to have one of the best voice casts of all time, A Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy featured Rickman's unmistakeable delivery as Marvin.
Showcasing his singing talent in a truly gorgeous scene from Truly Madly Deeply.
A slow-motion masterpiece proving Rickman could make even the simplest of acts watchable.
This role won Rickman the Best Supporting Actor Bafta; his Sheriff is the perfect pantomime villain.
Rickman was known for his superb dramatic performances but in real life he had a playful side, which he brilliantly showcased during his last ever interview, with U.S. talk show host Jimmy Fallon last summer.
Rickman and Michael Gambon (Dumbledore) played an epic prank on Daniel Radcliffe and the rest of the young cast.
One of the most shocking moments in the entire Harry Potter series is the death of Dumbledore at the hands of Snape. Of course, we later learn that Snape is not evil and that he is dedicated to Harry's safety.
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