British filmmaker Michael Apted, greatest identified for the ‘Up’ documentaries and 1999 James Bond blockbuster, handed away at age of 79 in Los Angeles.
Michael’s US agent Roy Ashton confirmed on Friday that Apted died on Thursday at his Los Angeles residence.
Apted directed films starting from the 1999 James Bond blockbuster The World is Not Enough to the Loretta Lynn nation singer biography Coal Miner’s Daughter and dozens of TV exhibits, together with episodes of British cleaning soap Coronation Street within the 1967.
The most notable undertaking of Apted was the Up sequence that started in 1964 as a tv documentary concerning the hopes and goals of 14 7 year-old kids from various backgrounds.
He additionally directed Gorillas within the Mist, thriller Gorky Parok, Thunder Heart and Enigma.