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David Steven Murray
12 October 1963
Marylebone, London, UK
|Died||2 or 3 July 2014 (aged 50)|
|Cause of death||Heat stroke and heat exhaustion|
|Occupation||Actor, mixed martial artist|
(m. 1984;div. 2007)
David Legeno (12 October 1963 – 2 or 3 July 2014) was a British actor and mixed martial artist.
Legeno was born David Steven Murray in Marylebone, London, England.
Legeno's first major film role was in Guy Ritchie's Snatch . He had roles in Batman Begins , Elizabeth: The Golden Age , Centurion , and Last Knights . Most notably, Legeno played the werewolf Fenrir Greyback in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince , Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1 , and Part 2 .
Legeno voiced and motioned captured for the videogame The Getaway: Black Monday as a protagonist, Eddie O'Connor. He was trained in various combat styles, including boxing, wrestling, judo, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, and Muay Thai.
Legeno's body was found by a pair of hikers on 6 July 2014 in Death Valley, California, United States. Due to the remote area, a helicopter was called in to retrieve his remains. Legeno died of heat-related health problems and may have been dead for three to four days before his body was discovered. No foul play is suspected.
A memorial evening took place in London on 12 October 2014, which would have been Legeno's 51st birthday. It was held at Camden Underworld, the venue where Legeno had held his album launch in 2004. The memorial was attended by fellow cast members of Harry Potter and Snatch, as well as by friends from the mixed martial arts community and music industry. Actors Tom Felton and Nick Moran and Cage Rage founder, Dave O'Donnell, spoke about Legeno, and his favourite songs were performed live.
The film Last Knights was dedicated to his honour.
|1994–2003||The Bill||Biker / Pete Wilson / Man at Boxing Match||3 episodes|
|Hope and Glory||Royston Warrior||1 episode|
|2003||Ed Stone Is Dead||Muscle Guy||Episode: "Hi Honey, I'm Dead"|
|2004||The Getaway: Black Monday||Eddie O'Connor||Video game|
|2005||Batman Begins||League of Shadows Warrior #4|
|The Last Detective||Justin||Episode: "Three Steps to Hendon"|
|Rollin' with the Nines||Carl|
|Roman's Empire||Gangster||1 episode|
|Rise of the Footsoldier||Big John|
|Elizabeth: The Golden Age||Executioner|
|Emmerdale||Seamus Flint||1 episode|
|2008||The Cottage||The Farmer|
|2009||Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince||Fenrir Greyback|
|Command Performance||Oleg Kazov|
|The Fixer||Marty||1 episode|
|44 Inch Chest||Brighton Billy||Uncredited|
|Lennon Naked||Les||TV movie|
|Bonded by Blood||Jack Whomes|
|Spooks||Gilles Rigaut||1 episode|
|Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1||Fenrir Greyback|
|2011||Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2|
|Big Fat Gypsy Gangster||Gypsy Dave|
|Great Expectations||Borrit||1 episode|
|2011–2014||Borgia||Guidebaldo de Montefeltro||4 episodes|
|Titanic||Seaman Davis||1 episode|
|Snow White and the Huntsman||Broch|
|2013||Ripper Street||George||Episode "The King Came Calling"|
|2015||Sword of Vengeance||Osgar|
|Last Knights||Olaf||Final acting role|
|Professional record breakdown|
|7 matches||4 wins||3 losses|
|Win||4–3||Herb Dean||TKO (eye injury)||Cage Rage 22||14 July 2007||1||5:00||London, England|
|Win||3–3||Dan Severn||Decision (unanimous)||Cage Rage 20||10 February 2007||3||5:00||London, England|
|Win||2–3||Alan Murdock||Submission (rear-naked choke)||Cage Rage 19||9 December 2006||1||4:10||London, England|
|Win||1–3||Kimo Leopoldo||Submission (guillotine choke)||Cage Rage 18||30 September 2006||1||3:21||London, England|
|Loss||0–3||Mark Epstein||KO (punches)||Cage Rage 17||1 July 2006||1||0:45||London, England|
|Loss||0–2||Ikuhisa Minowa||Submission (achilles lock)||Cage Rage 15||4 February 2006||1||2:21||London, England|
|Loss||0–1||Alan Murdock||Submission (armbar)||Cage Rage 14||3 December 2005||1||4:07||London, England|
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