An English actor, television presenter, comedian, and writer, Warwick Ashley Davis suffered from a rare form of dwarfism linked with a rare genetic condition called spondyloepiphyseal dysplasia congenita (SED). It is a rare disorder of bone growth that results in dwarfism, characteristic skeletal abnormalities, and occasionally problems with vision and hearing.
His career took off at the age of 11 when one day his Grandma heard the radio announcement about the requirement of people shorter than four feet for the film ‘Return of the Jedi.’ The film released in 1983 and became one of Hollywood’s biggest motion pictures ever and Warwick’s ticket to stardom.
Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter unveils its biggest expansion to date, the original Gringotts Wizarding Bank will be open to the public from Saturday 6th April
Featuring: Warwick Davis, Goblins
Where: Watford, United Kingdom
When: 19 Mar 2019
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He is best known for his performances in the sitcom ‘Life’s Too Short’ and in ‘Star Wars’ and ‘Harry Potter’ films. He has also been a part of the reality tv show “Man vs Wild” alongside Bear Grylls. Warwick is best known for his role in Star Wars and Harry Potter films.
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