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Death Eater From Harry Potter Films Moves To Eastbourne

Thursday 23 February 2017

 

From UK newspaper the Eastbourne Herald:

 

Jon Campling
Jon Campling
 

Death Eater from Harry Potter films moves to Eastbourne

22 February 2017
© 2017 Johnston Publishing Ltd. All rights reserved.

Watch out on the streets of Eastbourne, and particularly if you’re on a train – a Death Eater has come to town.

Jon Campling made a dramatic appearance in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 when he stopped the Hogwarts Express with simply a menacing look and hand-raise.

At more than 6ft tall with distinctive features and long, straight hair, it is not hard to see why he was picked for the commanding role, and that of a main character in the major gaming franchise Final Fantasy.

Now he has moved to Eastbourne with his wife, Ali.

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Last year the actor raised £800 for Invest in ME, a charity that aims to invest in Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME) research.

Campling, whose wife has the condition, said, “There hasn’t been enough research into it.

“She was a successful actress, but had to give it up.”

 

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