Iconic British actor Tom Wilkinson, known for roles in "The Full Monty" and "Michael Clayton," passed away at 75.

He won a BAFTA for his role in "The Full Monty" and reprised it in a recent Disney+ series.

Wilkinson received an Oscar nomination for "Michael Clayton" and was praised for his sympathetic portrayal.

George Clooney hailed him as "the epitome of elegance" and a talented actor.

Wilkinson's diverse filmography included "Rush Hour," "The Grand Budapest Hotel," and more.

He excelled on television, earning an Emmy nomination for "Recount" and playing historical figures.

Born in Yorkshire, Wilkinson started his career after attending the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.

He is survived by his wife, Diana Hardcastle, and two daughters.

Tom Wilkinson's legacy as a versatile and beloved actor will be deeply missed by all.