Google is celebrating the legacy and works of Hollywood actor Alan Rickman with a doodle on April 30. Rickman, who is most popularly known for his dark role as Professor Snape in the childhood classic movie series Harry Potter, won hearts across the world.
Alan Rickman started his acting career at the age of 26 when he joined a famed acting and theater academy. He acted in The Tempest and Love’s Labour’s Lost before portraying the anti-hero role of Le Vicomte de Valmont in the play Les Liaisons Dangereuses (Dangerous Liaisons). This performance earned him a Tony nomination and put him on the Hollywood map.
While Professor Snape was considered his most iconic role throughout his 40-year career as an actor, Google is remembering Alan Rickman for his role in ‘Les Liaisons Dangereuses’ play. His performance in the play, which was first performed on April 30, 1987, gave a boost to his acting career in Hollywood.
Life and Legacy
As he continued to get massive acclaim for his roles, mainly performance in negative roles and his famed character Professor Snape, Alan Rickman’s health kept deteriorating. He eventually passed away after a prolonged illness in 2016, at the age of 69. Google is celebrating his legacy and works with a doodle on April 30.
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