Update, Jan. 28, 7:31 a.m. EST: Early Saturday, Hurt's rep released the following statement to Bustle on behalf of the actor's wife, Anwen Hurt: Update, Jan. 27, 10:06 p.m. EST: On Friday evening, Hurt's rep confirmed the news to Bustle. Vernon also has an aversion to imagination, to any references to magic, and anything out of the ordinary. Curiously his latter career is marked out by the sheer number of genre pictures he made: Harry Potter, Hellboy (2004), V for Vendetta (2005), Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008), even Doctor Who. Hurt scored a BAFTA, a Golden Globe, and a best supporting actor Oscar nomination for a memorable side role in this critically acclaimed “prisoner-abroad” movie from director Alan Parker. Narcissa Malfoy, born Narcissa Black to Cygnus Black III and Druella Rosier, is the youngest of three sisters, her older sisters being Bellatrix Lestrange and Andromeda Tonks. By the start of Order of the Phoenix, Dudley has been on his diet for a year, taken up boxing, and become a regional inter-school champion. He played doomed English junkie Max, who joins a group of prisoners as they attempt to escape a Turkish prison. His home holds the Portkey that helps Harry escape to The Burrow. Choose your provider to watch Live TV & Full Episodes. His admiration for Guinness, who was well known for vanishing completely into a character, perhaps explains why in so many of his performances Hurt is almost unrecognisable, allowing the role to totally subsume him; unlike a star who is always recognisably them whatever the role they’re playing. In 2008, Hurt reprised the role in An Englishman in New York, which covered the latter years of Crisp’s life spent in Manhattan. John Hurt, actor: born Shirebrook, Derbyshire, 22 January 1940; married Annette Robertson (1962-1964), Donna Peacock (1984-1990), Jo Dalton (1990-1996: 2 … Rowling later revealed, in an on-line chat, that Dudley's worst fear was seeing himself for who he really was: a cruel, selfish, violent bully with no feelings whatsoever for others, and this revelation shocked him to the core. In Goblet of Fire, she is described as being elegant and wearing black satin robes, and having olive skin and handsome features, but being extremely tall. Most notable of all though was his role as the heroic rabbit leader Hazel in the 1978 animation Watership Down, though the film’s violence and sad ending still gives viewers nightmares almost 40 years on. In the film adaptation, he leaves without even a word to Harry although a deleted scene showing Dudley and Harry's reconciliation shows him saying "This is farewell". In the fifth book, two Dementors attack Dudley and Harry in an alley. And then I thought, as I looked at the plot overall, I thought, that's not really where she fits best, she fits best in Four when Harry's supposed to come to terms with his fame. In Deathly Hallows, Ollivander has been captured by Voldemort and imprisoned at Malfoy Manor with Luna, with whom he develops an affectionate relationship as the two strive to keep each other's spirits up. True to her nickname, she has a tendency to moan, sob, whine, wail and complain, especially upon the mention of death. Near the conclusion of Deathly Hallows, when Voldemort demands Harry's surrender to prevent the attack on Hogwarts, she advocates handing him to the Death Eaters, only for the other houses to collectively respond by standing up and pointing their wands at her. Narcissa also says that "Harry will be reunited with dear Sirius before I am reunited with Lucius", showing that she believes Harry to die soon. Grindelwald, who at the time possessed the supposedly unbeatable Elder Wand, lost to Dumbledore. Hurt plays lead character Winston Smith in this quintessential story of fascist thought control. The following are supporting characters in the Harry Potter series written by J. K. Rowling. British actor John Hurt appeared as Ollivander in the film adaptation of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone and reprised his role in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1 and Part 2. During the Triwizard Tournament, in which Fleur is the champion for Beauxbatons, Gabrielle along with Ron, Hermione, and Cho Chang is used as underwater "bait" for the champions to rescue. She gives false information on Harry, Hermione, and Hagrid to Rita Skeeter, and openly voices criticisms of Hagrid to Umbridge in terms of her displeasure about his Care of Magical Creatures class and her difficulty in understanding his voice. Hurt is unrecognizable in perhaps his most memorable role as the lead in David Lynch’s “The Elephant Man.” He endured eight hours in the makeup chair daily to transform into John Merrick. A brilliant and versatile actor, his unconventional presence would steal any scene he was in — whether it was a major Hollywood movie or a classic British serial. However, Rowling later said Voldemort used the earlier murder of Bertha Jorkins for this.[8]. They also planned to work together in their quest for the Hallows. Augusta arrives at the Battle of Hogwarts to assist her grandson.