Gabrielle Rogers Bio, Wiki
Andrew is a British dialect coach from London who had worked on over 80 motion pictures since 1982. The Star Wars actor is reported to have died on March 31st, 2020 from Coronavirus complications. He was 76.
Gabrielle Rogers Background
Gabrielle Rogers first started working in the film, television and theatre industries as an actor in the 1980s as per her bio on her website.
She trained at the National Theatre, later graduating from the University of Sydney, ACA, and NIDA. She moved on to become Australia’s most sought after voice and dialect teacher.
Gabrielle was commissioned to create the NIDA Accents and Dialects database for the Rodney Seaborn Library. She also taught at the major acting academies in Australia for ten years.
She currently works internationally as a voice coach, acting coach, and dialect coach. Using discreet in-ear prompting technology or more traditional cast support methods to help actors and directors reach their mutual performance goals.
Gabrielle Rogers & Andrew Jack
Andrew Jack and Gabrielle celebrated their marriage in 2019. She confirmed her husband’s death in a tweet that read: “We lost a man today. Andrew Jack was diagnosed with Coronavirus 2 days ago. He was in no pain, and he slipped away peacefully knowing that his family were all ‘with’ him. Take care out there, lovers x.”
We lost a man today. Andrew Jack was diagnosed with Coronavirus 2 days ago. He was in no pain, and he slipped away peacefully knowing that his family were all 'with' him.
— Gabrielle Rogers (@GabrielleRoger1) March 31, 2020
Andrew Jack Death & Cause
d died on March 31st, 2020 aged 76. His father Stephen Jack was an actor, and his mother Julia (nee Hutchinson) was a horticulturist.
On 31 March 2020, it was announced that Andrew Jack had died from COVID-19. His wife Gabrielle Rogers wrote on Twitter “We lost a man today. Andrew Jack was diagnosed with coronavirus two days ago. He was in no pain, and he slipped away peacefully knowing that his family were all ‘with’ him”.
Jack’s rep, Jill McCullough, confirmed the news to The Evening Standard. In a statement on Tuesday, McCullough shared, “He died this morning of Covid-19 at St Peter’s Hospital, Chertsey. Andrew lived on one the oldest working houseboats on the Thames, he was fiercely independent but madly in love with his wife; also a dialect coach: Gabrielle Rogers. Tragically she is stuck in quarantine in Australia having just flown in from NZ last week. She was unable to see or talk to him at the end of his life and there is a chance a funeral may not be held.”