Max Von Sydows, a Swedish-French actor who appeared in more than 100 European and American television series, died at the age of 90.
The Swedish-born actor, known for his role as a three-eyed raven in Game of Thrones, died in France.
Sydow previously married Swedish actress Christina Olin in 1951 with whom she had two children.
The couple divorced later and remarried the French filmmaker Catherine Brelet in 1997 with whom she had two more children.
When announcing his death, his wife Catherine went to his social media account to declare that the actor died on Sunday.
She wrote "It is with a broken heart and with infinite sadness that we have the extreme pain of announcing the departure of Max von Sydow."
Sydow made his debut in 1949 and is well known for his fantastic acts in the Exorcist, the seventh seal, the Spring of the Virgin, the Magician, the Rage, the Passion of Anna and many other films in which he participated.
The actor was nominated for two Oscars during his career and most recently received an Emmy nomination for his work as the Three-Eyed Crow in HBO's Game of Thrones.