The 'Thor' actor pens a heartfelt message on social media to remember the late dialect coach Andrew Jack who passed away from Covid-19 amid the global pandemic.

AceShowbiz - Chris Hemsworth has paid a touching tribute to late actor and dialect coach Andrew Jack, calling him "a beautiful soul."

The "Star Wars: Episode VIII - The Last Jedi" actor succumbed to the coronavirus on Tuesday, March 31, 2020, prompting a surge of online tributes from famous friends and people he has worked with over the years.

And now Hemsworth has offered up his thoughts.

Calling Jack "a dear friend" in an Instagram post on Friday, April 3, 2020, the "Thor" star attached a photo of his late pal and added, "Andrew Jack was a wonderful, kind, beautiful soul and I and many others will miss him greatly."

"I worked on a number of films with him over the years and he was the best dialect/voice coach in the game and was beyond instrumental in helping shape me as an actor. My love and support goes out to his family and to anyone and everyone who is struggling during this time. Sending everyone across the globe love and compassion. Peace."

Jack and Hemsworth worked together on films like "Thor: Ragnarok", "Men In Black: International", and "The Avengers" movies.

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