Paul Grant, a Star Wars and Harry Potter star, passed away unexpectedly.

Paul Grant, an adored character of the “Harry Potter” & “Star Wars” sagas, died unexpectedly on March 20 at the age of 56, according to his family.

He collapsed outside London’s Kings Cross station on March 16 and was brought to a nearby hospital for treatment.

His daughter, Sophie Jayne Grant, disclosed that he was under the care of medical personnel until the early morning hours of his death.

Sophie acknowledged her grief over her father, Paul, who was most recognized for his roles as an Ewok in “Star Wars: Episode VI: Return of the Jedi” in 1983 and as a goblin in “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” in 2001.

In addition to these fan-favorite roles, Paul worked as a stuntman in the films “Willow,” “Labyrinth,” and “Legend” in the 1980s. Both his family and his fans have sadly lamented his passing.

Paul Grant led an extraordinary life after leaving the film industry after his legendary performance in “Harry Potter.” His wife, three children, stepchildren, and grandchildren were among his beloved family members and devoted fans.

Those who Grant’s work had touched – those close to him and fans of the vintage film – instantly went to social media to express their condolences and pay respect to his enduring legacy.

One Twitter user wrote: “Rest in peace, Paul Grant.” You will never be forgotten for your contributions to Star Wars and the entertainment business. You’ll be greatly missed.”

Another mirrored these feelings: “He was an amazing actor whose performance will continue to live on forever. May he rest quietly in eternity?”

Before his untimely death, the famous stuntman talked openly about his past problems with drugs and alcohol.

A popular YouTuber got the opportunity to sit down and chat with him barely weeks before he was found at King’s Cross station. “I had enough money but carelessly wasted it,” Grant admitted.

“I’ve had an extraordinary life—you only get to live once, right?” His death is a tragedy, and our hearts go out to his family during this difficult time.