Harry Potter star Sir Michael Gambon, 78, & # 39; withdraws from Sky One comedy Breeders after he has struggled to remember his rules & # 39; – four years after revealing his Alzheimer's fears about & # 39; terrifying & # 39; amnesia
- Harry Potter star Sir Michael Gambon has withdrawn from Sky One & # 39; s Breeders
- Sir Michael has participated in the pilot for series but has not been signed for it
- It is claimed that his withdrawal comes after he & # 39; had trouble remembering rules & # 39;
- It comes four years after the 78-year-old actor revealed his fears of Alzheimer's
- At that moment he stopped playing because he said he could not remember his lines
Harry Potter star Sir Michael Gambon has withdrawn from a new Sky One comedy series after he & # 39; has made an effort to remember his rules & # 39 ;, it is claimed.
Sir Michael, 78, who played Dumbledore in the Harry Potter films, had participated in the pilot episode of Breeders.
Although his castmates will appear in the ten-part series that will be broadcast next year, the Irish-born actor is not yet registered with it.
Harry Potter star Sir Michael Gambon has withdrawn from Sky One series breeders after & # 39; struggling to remember his lines & # 39 ;, it is claimed
The news comes four years after he announced his fears that he had Alzheimer's disease and that he quit his theater career because he cannot remember his lines.
He said at the time that he had been checked for Alzheimer's by two doctors and was relieved that he did not have the degenerative brain disorder.
A source told The Sun: & Michael is an incredible actor and was extremely popular on the set.
& # 39; But the age seems to have caught up with him and he struggled with the script.
& # 39; Lines did not go inside and stuck as usual. & # 39;
Sir Michael, 78, who played Dumbledore in the Harry Potter films, had participated in the pilot episode of Breeders. He is depicted in character as Dumbledore
The source added that the pilot episode & # 39; went very well & # 39; and that Sky execs were heavily behind it.
One of the cast of Breeders is Sherlock star Martin Freeman.
The shows are written by comedy writer Simon Blackwell, who has also made shows such as Michell & Web & # 39; s sitcom Back.
Although the tests for Alzheimer's disease were negative, it asked Sir Michael to use an earpiece while acting, which related him to a prompt at the stage that he forgot his lines.
Under the cast of Breeders, the star of BBC & # 39; s is Sherlock Martin Freeman
Although the tests for Alzheimer's disease were negative, it asked Sir Michael to use an earpiece while acting, which associated him with a prompt in case he forgot his lines.
Under the cast of Breeders, the star of BBC & # 39; s is Sherlock Martin Freeman.
A Sky spokesperson said that Michael would not participate in breeders, but declined to comment further.
A spokesperson for Sir Michael declined to comment.