The cause of death of ace director Jean-Marc Vallee, who passed away recently, has been revealed. The filmmaker’s representative confirmed to Fox News that he had died of a heart attack. The Book of Boba Fett Episode 1 Review: A Solid Start to This Star Wars Disney+ Spin-Off Series! (The Hamden Journal Exclusive).
His cause of death was not provided when Vallee’s representative initially confirmed the news. The director died on Sunday in his cabin outside Quebec City, Canada. Vallee won a pair of Emmys in 2017 for directing and producing HBO’s ‘Big Little Lies’ starring Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman and more. He’d earned an additional nomination for his picture editing on the show before later earning two more nominations for his work on the limited series ‘Sharp Objects’. Bigg Boss 15: Karan Kundrra Tells Tejasswi Prakash to Go Away as He Feels Neglected During the Ticket to Finale Task.
He was also nominated for an Oscar in 2014 for his work as an editor on ‘Dallas Buyers Club’, which he also directed. Vallee was also known for 2009’s ‘The Young Victoria’, starring Emily Blunt, 2014’s ‘Wild’, starring Witherspoon, and 2015’s ‘Demolition’, starring Jake Gyllenhaal.
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