Following the information that his Notting Hill co-star Emma Chambers had died on the age of 53, Hugh Grant took his grief on Twitter Expression concerning the loss.
On Saturday morning, the British actor wrote "Emma Chambers was a hilarious and really heat individual and of course a wonderful actress – very unhappy information."
Chambers' agent John Grant stated in a press release to The Guardian on Saturday: "We’re very unhappy, untimely demise, for pure causes, the acclaimed actress Emma created a wealth of characters and an amazing quantity of work, bringing tons of laughter and pleasure, and we have been tremendously missed. "
Chambers was greatest recognized within the US for her function in Julia Roberts and Grant within the romantic comedy of 1999 about an English bookseller who falls in love with an American film star. Within the movie, Chambers performed as Grants idiosyncratic sister Honey.
Chambers was additionally recognized in England as a result of he was co-star within the present as Alice within the tv program The Vicar of Dibley
Daybreak French additionally Tweet "I used to be so usually humped by the distinctive and delightful spark that was Emma Chambers, it didn’t hassle me, I beloved her, quite a bit."
Chambers is survived by her husband of 27 years, Ian Dunn .
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