In Loving Memory: Donald Sutherland


Canadian actor Donald Sutherland has passed away at the age of 88 after a long illness. His son, actor Kiefer Sutherland, announced the news with a heartfelt message, praising his father’s remarkable career. Donald Sutherland had an impressive career spanning over half a century, with almost 200 credits. His passing has led to outpouring of support and tributes from fellow actors and celebrities.

Sutherland’s former co-stars, such as Rob Lowe and Cary Elwes, expressed their deep sadness and shared fond memories of working with him. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and US President Joe Biden also paid tribute to the late actor, acknowledging his significant impact on the film industry.

Sutherland’s career began in the UK after he studied at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. He then appeared in various British film and television productions before gaining recognition for his roles in war films like The Dirty Dozen, Kelly’s Heroes, and M*A*S*H.

In addition to his film career, Sutherland was known for his political activism and received an honorary Academy Award in 2017. His portrayal of the tyrannical President Snow in The Hunger Games franchise left a lasting impression on audiences, and his dedication to his craft and his advocacy for social issues will be remembered by many.