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Debbie Thompson, Sheringham Little Theatre director, said: “I’m incredibly sad.

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He supported the arts and was such a strong role model for everyone.“He was unassuming, down to earth, approachable and a really nice guy.

If you didn’t know who Sir John was and you were sat next to him you would have thought he was normal man from north Norfolk not a Hollywood god.”She said the acting legend approached the coastal theatre when he first moved to Norfolk around 2009.

Sir John’s distinctive voice has been used several times as narrator, and accompanied a chilling Aids awareness advertising campaign in the 1980s.

Born in Chesterfield, Derbyshire, Sir John went to art college before he studied at Rada (Royal Academy of Dramatic Art) and picked up TV and film roles until he had his major breakthrough, appearing in A Man For All Seasons as Richard Rich.

As well as being a regular theatre-goer in Sheringham, he opened the venue’s refurbished cafe and launched the theatre’s digital projector which is used to show films.

He was the voice of the magic mirror in the theatre’s 2013 Snow White pantomime, where he also worked with other cast members.

A tribute on Twitter from Cinema City said: “Woken up to incredibly sad news that our friend and patron Sir John Hurt has passed away, a truly great man, he will be missed by us all.”The Cinema City education team also said on Twitter: “Devastated to hear the news of our dear friend & patron passing away.

Our condolences to his loved ones.”A Cinema City spokesman said: “We are incredibly saddened to hear of the passing of our friend Sir John who was also the patron of Cinema City Education.

Sir John was a legend of British cinema and his roles were diverse and many.

We feel honoured to have known and worked with him, the John Hurt Centre will continues Sir John’s legacy by making film and cinema in it’s physical and theoretical forms an art form to be enjoyed by all.”Prof John Last, vice-chancellor of Norwich University of the Arts, said: “The University is so sad to learn of the death of our chancellor, Sir John Hurt, CBE.

The veteran actor Sir John Hurt, who lived in Norfolk, has died at 77 after a battle with pancreatic cancer.

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