‘Princess Bride’ actor Cary Elwes was victim of theft, sheriffs say

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‘Princess Bride’ actor Cary Elwes was victim of theft, sheriffs say:-Following the theft that occurred at the residence of actor Cary Elwes in the Los Angeles area last week, an investigation is currently being conducted.

‘Princess Bride’ actor Cary Elwes was victim of theft, sheriffs say

A representative for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department verified in a statement that was sent to USA TODAY on Wednesday that deputies responded to a theft call at the property of the star of “The Princess Bride” on February 28.

Despite the fact that the inquiry has “revealed a theft had occurred,” there are currently no suspects in the case. A statement was released that stated, “The investigation is active and ongoing.” USA TODAY has attempted to obtain a comment from representatives of Elwes as of this moment.

First to break the news was the website TMZ.

Although the English actor, who is now 61 years old, is particularly well-known for his role as Westley in Rob Reiner’s cult-favorite film from 1987, he also starred in a number of important films during the 1990s. These films include Mel Brooks’ “Robin Hood: Men in Tights,” the film “Liar, Liar” starring Jim Carrey, and “Twister,” which was nominated for two Academy Awards.

'Princess Bride' actor Cary Elwes was victim of theft, sheriffs say

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The most recent projects that Elwes has worked on include “Mission: Impossible — Dead Reckoning Part One,” the science fiction epic “Rebel Moon — Part One: A Child of Fire” that is available on Netflix, and the third season of “Stranger Things.”

Despite the fact that “The Princess Bride” is 36 years old, the prolific actor does not appear to be getting tired of being associated with the picture and having worked on it for almost four decades. In the memoir that he published in 2014 under the title “As You Wish: Inconceivable Tales From the Making of The Princess Bride,” he recounts stories from his time spent working on the set of the film, which also included Robin Wright.

On the other hand, Elwes disclosed in 2019 that he would not be interested in playing the role of the beloved film again.

On X, which was then known as Twitter, he made the statement, “There is a shortage of perfect movies in this world.” “It would be a pity to damage this one.”

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