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'Titanic' set designer Peter Lamont dead at 91

'Titanic' set designer Peter Lamont dead at 91
Academy Award-winning production designer Peter Lamont, who created the sets for "Titanic," has died at the age of 91.

His passing, which was first reported on the official James Bond Twitter account and The Hollywood Reporter on Friday, was confirmed by the producers of the superspy series.“[He was] inextricably linked with the design and aesthetic of James Bond since ‘Goldfinger.(Imeh Akpanudosen/Getty Images) While Lamont worked on 18 of the 25 James Bond films, he is best known for his lavish art direction for the 1997 thriller “Titanic.” From the 1980s until his final feature, 2006′s “Casino Royale,” Lamont served as production designer.

Most Read Among Lamont’s survivors are daughter Madeline and son Neil Lamont, who served as art director on the Harry Potter series and “Star Wars: Episode VII — The Force Awakens.Peter Lamont, the immensely talented art director who designed some of Hollywood’s most iconic movie sets during an extraordinary five-decade career, is dead at 91.

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