Peter O’Toole Mourned by Hollywood in Twitter Outpouring

Peter-OToole

The ‘Lawrence of Arabia’ star is remembered by those who worked with him

Word that Peter O’Toole spread through Hollywood swiftly Sunday, and many turned to Twitter to recognize the legendary actor who passed away in London at the age of 81.

Also read: Peter O’Toole, Star of ‘Lawrence of Arabia,’ Dead at 81

Jonathan Rhys Meyers, who worked with O’Toole on TV’s “The Tudors” was among those offering condolences.

 

 

  • http://www.facebook.com/gerard.kennelly Gerard Kennelly

    i only saw him in the cinema twice
    TROY
    and DEAN SPANLEY

  • pjbthree

    Whatever happened to running an obituary instead of reporting the twitter postings of attention wh(or)es?

  • Clent Rutledge

    Amazing actor. He was truly the Man of La Mancha. The greatest Don Quixote ever!

  • Allen

    A true loss. Will forever picture him as that great king Henry II, a true tempest on and off the screen. The World is diminished by his passing. Rest in peace, you were like a great friend.

  • ricky1961

    Thank you for all the great movie memories Mr. O’Toole.

  • Ken Gallego

    Goodnight sweet prince! from all the world you leave behind ;(

  • Tobesograteful Forever

    Mr. O’Toole was a true genius and was certainly a man of individual character–a true original. Rest in the Peace of GOD dear man.

  • darlene

    If only the young Actors of today had even half the kind of talent Mr O’toole brought to the big screen..Farewell to yet another of the great’s.

  • Lisa

    I am a true fan. Loved him in My Favorite Year.

    • disqus_xp4GYx7DZk

      Hilarious film….

  • Ricardo

    A real class act, a true artist of the theater and films and kind of weird too. He will be missed as all the greats are passing away and there are none to replace them?

  • Zappa

    Now I will never get him to be in my movie…..

  • Carl

    One of his greatest roles was the role of General Tantz in the film “Night of the Generals.” Along with Omar Sharif and Donald Pleasance it was a terrific movie, I watch it every time it’s on.

  • Richard Gibbard

    The man sure had a good run. I don’t even want to think about who could be nest.

  • https://plus.google.com/105100105495972995414/posts Loralie

    R.I.P. Legend.