‘El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie’ star Robert foster is no more. The said movie was released on Friday and was stealing many movie lovers’ hearts just in a day lost its lead actor. Robert was born in Rochester, New York, in 1941. He was nominated for an Oscar for his appearance in Quentin Tarantino’s 1997 film ‘Jackie Brown.’
The cause of this legend’s death is Brain Cancer. All fans around the world cannot believe the death of their favorite star and are mourning over this. Many actors showed their helplessness and fear of losing such a great soul on social media. Foster was not only an actor but an influencer. He was one of those few actors who has got experience and talents together. Therefore in any film, the directors used to make the most of his expertise — many movies in his bag with Oscar nominations. We lost a pure soul for sure.
His first film roles were as supporting actors in ‘Reflections in a Golden Eye’ and ‘The Stalking Moon,’ released in 1967 and 1968, respectively. A year later, Robert had a breakthrough starring in ‘Medium Cool,’ which received a positive response from critics. He went on to star in television series ‘Banyon’ and ‘Nakia’ as well as Disney movie ‘The Black Hole.’ Robert is arguably best known for his role in the 1979 movie ’Jackie Brown’, for which he was nominated for a best-supporting actor Oscar. More recently, he appeared in NBC series ‘Heroes’ and the hit crime drama ‘Breaking Bad.’
Robert is the father to 4children, three from his marriage, and 1 in his previous relationship. During a 2018 interview with Vulture magazine, Robert credited ‘Jackie Brown’ with resurrecting his career. He said that before things, his career went upwards for 5years and downfall of 27 years. He was a very kind-hearted yet straight spoken person. Thus it is unfortunate to lose an icon like this at the age of 78. We just hope the family consoles themselves and return with more courage. It’s immature to say that nothing will happen.No one will ever take the place of Robert, yet we pray that the soul rests in peace…