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Mon 20 Aug, 2012
By Robert Ingham

whilst he was not as well known as Ridley, his style of directing garnered him a cult following

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British Director Tony Scott, brother of Ridley Scott, has died at the age of 68.

Tony, who directed classics such as Top Gun and Crimson Tide, jumped off a bridge in Los Angeles yesterday, 19th August. His death is being treated as suicide.

The legendary director, who produced Prometheus which his brother directed, set the bar when it came to action films after Top Gun's phenomenal success and, whilst he was not as well known as Ridley, his style of directing garnered him a cult following, especially when he teamed up with Quentin Tarantino for True Romance.

He leaves behind his wife and twin boys.


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