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Finney

1. Albert. born 1936, British stage and film actor
2. Tom. born 1922, English footballer: won 76 international caps as a winger
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Finney represented plaintiff Holly Brown, who was injured when John Clifford's vehicle collided with hers while she was driving home after visiting her grandchildren.
His family said: "Albert Finney, aged 82, passed away peacefully after a short illness with those closest to him by his side."
Five-time Oscar nominee Finney played James Bond's gruff gamekeeper Kincade in Skyfall.
From his early days as a strikingly handsome and magnetic screen presence to his closing acts as a brilliant character actor, Finney was a British treasure known for charismatic work on both stage and screen.
Finney died after a short illness, the BBC reported on Friday.
And pity those caught whispering in the theatre stalls as Finney performed.
Referencing Finney's turn in the acclaimed 23rd Bond film, Craig added: "Wherever Albert is now, I hope there are horses and good company."
Referencing Finney's turn in the acclaimed 23rd Bond film, he added: "Wherever Albert is now, I hope there are horses and good company."
A statement from his family said: "Albert Finney, aged 82, passed away peacefully after a short illness with those closest to him by his side.
Born in Salford in 1936, Finney was the son of a bookmaker.
Priced at $999 i, Finney's price tag is considerably lower than Sirin Labs' previous product: the $16,000 Solarin smartphone, designed for those seeking ultimate mobile security.
At a launch event Thursday in Barcelona, Sirin Labs unveiled Finney, the world's first blockchain-enabled smartphone that is readily available.