Gaspard Ulliel, a French actor who appeared in the Marvel comic series “Moon Knight,” died on Sunday after an accident. The star, 37, was known for his role as Midnight Man in the comic series and was set to appear in the upcoming movie. His death was confirmed by his casting office. A lot of movies were made by the actor. He was a co-writer on “Snow White and the Huntsman,” which was a big hit in 2006.
The actor, Gaspard Ulliel, is well known for his role in the Bleu de Chanel ad and was slated to star in the new Marvel series, Moon Knight. He was found unconscious in a ski resort near La Rosiere, France, on Tuesday. His family confirmed that he had died due to an accident. A representative for the actor’s office did not immediately respond to People’s request for comment. He had been in critical condition for several weeks after the incident.
Gaspard Ulliel died on Monday, two days after the Moon Knight trailer premiered. He was one of the four actors confirmed for the upcoming Marvel TV series, which will premiere late in March. He was critically injured in the accident, and he was airlifted to a hospital in Grenoble. The local authorities are investigating the accident. A tribute video has been posted on the Moon Knight Facebook page in his honor.
Gaspard Ulliel was a two-time Cesar-winning actor who was due to star in the Marvel TV series “Moon Knight.” The movie will consist of six episodes and will be available on Disney’s streaming service, Disney+. He was a member of the French Film Academy and an award-winning actor.
The death of the 37-year-old French actor has caused a flurry of reactions around the world. Although the cause of the accident is not clear, authorities are saying Ulliel suffered a skull injury. While the circumstances of the accident are not clear, it’s still tragic to hear that a Frenchman was killed in a skiing accident.