Andrew Garfield says late actor Heath Ledger was an 'incredible artist and a ...

Andrew Garfield says late actor Heath Ledger was an 'incredible artist and a ...
Andrew Garfield says late actor Heath Ledger was an 'incredible artist and a ...
Andrew Garfield says late actor Heath Ledger was an 'incredible artist and a gift to the world' as he remembers his co-star 14 years after his death

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Andrew Garfield has paid tribute to his late friend and co-star Heath Ledger on the 14th anniversary of his death.

Speaking to Vanity Fair, Andrew recalled how the Australian actor died at the age of 28 halfway through production of their film The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus in 2008.

The Spider-Man star, 38, described Heath as 'an incredible artist and a gift to the world'.

Remembering Heath: Andrew Garfield has paid tribute to his late friend and co-star Heath Ledger on the 14th anniversary of his death. The pair worked together on The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus (pictured)

Remembering Heath: Andrew Garfield has paid tribute to his late friend and co-star Heath Ledger on the 14th anniversary of his death. The pair worked together on The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus (pictured)

Andrew made the comments while talking about the late composer Jonathan Larson, whom he plays in the new musical drama Tick, Tick... Boom! 

He stressed the importance of telling stories about people who have died, adding: 'It keeps their spirit here with us no matter if they die at 35 or 80.' 

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