Artist, who began his career as a bodybuilder, had a heart attack on a boat in Turkey
The actor Mike Mitchell, who was in the cast of films such as “Gladiator” and “Braveheart”, died at the age of 65 last Friday, 23, while on board a boat in Turkey. As disclosed by TMZ, a representative of the artist initially said that he died of natural causes, but later reported that Mike had a heart attack. The agent, whose name was not released, said that “it was very hard to believe” as it was a sudden death. “An honest person, a real actor, a real friend. I wish your wife, dear Denise Mitchell, and your children patience,” he declared. Mike’s career began as a bodybuilder and he has won numerous titles and championships in the field. According to Deadline, the artist competed for the title of Britain’s Strongest Man and, in 2010, was honored by the World Fitness Federation with the Living Legend Award. His debut as an actor took place in 1994, when he was cast in “Valent Heart”, by the director Mel Gibson, due to its imposing physical type.