Ronan Vibert, an actor from "Saving Mr. Banks" and "The Borgias," passes away at age 58.

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Ronan Vibert, an actor most known for playing the historically accurate characters of Diarmuid Russell, the publisher of P.L.

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Travers, in Saving Mr. Banks, Giovanni Sforza on The Borgias on Showtime, and Perry Cline in Hatfields & McCoys on History, has passed away. He was 58.

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According to Sharon Vitro, Vibert's manager, who had a brief illness, passed away on Thursday in a hospital in Florida.

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The specifics of the ailment were not made clear.

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In addition to a variety of theatre and cinema roles, he has had appearances in several television programmes, including Carnival Row, Penny Dreadful, Rome, and Waking the Dead.

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Vibert, who was born on February 23, 1964, in Cambridgeshire, England, grew up in Penarth, South Wales, before enrolling at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.

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Three episodes of the renowned British miniseries Traffik, which served as the inspiration for Steven Soderbergh's Oscar-winning 2000 film Traffic, 

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were among his early notable performances.

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