What religion is Michael Gambon?

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The Irish–English actor Sir Michael John Gambon who passed away at the age of 82 on September 28, 2023, began his acting career with Laurence Olivier as one of the original members of the Royal National Theatre. Over his six-decade-long career, he received three Olivier Awards, two Screen Actors Guild Awards, and four BAFTA Awards. He was born on October 19, 1940, in the Cabra suburb of Dublin on October 19, 1940.

Michael Gambon made his film debut in Laurence Olivier’s Othello alongside Maggie Smith and Derek Jacobi in 1965. After his film debut, Gambon was asked by James Bond producer Cubby Broccoli to audition for the role in 1970, to replace George Lazenby.

What religion is Michael Gambon?

Michael Gambon is a Christian who practices the Catholic faith. Due to that reason, he was enrolled in St. Aloysius Boys’ School in Somers Town and served at the altar. He then matriculated to St Aloysius’ College in Highgate, whose former pupils include actor Peter Sellers. He later moved to North End, Kent, where he attended Crayford Secondary School but left with no qualifications at the age of 15.

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