British actor Leslie Phillips died on Monday morning at the age of 98 after a long illness.
Actor Leslie Phillips, who became famous for his roles in famous films like ‘Harry Potter’ and ‘Carry On’, died yesterday due to poor eyesight and illness.
Leslie Phillips started her artistic career at the age of just 13. During her 80-year career, she has acted and voiced over 200 films, TV and radio series.
He also did the voiceover of the Sorting Hat in the famous movie Harry Potter. According to his wife, he suffered a stroke eight years ago but recovered.
According to a foreign media report, his wife Zara Carr says that she has lost a wonderful husband and the public has lost a great showman, he was a national asset.