Featuring some famous faces, “(K)nox: The Rob Knox Story” aims to help prevent knife crime, as well as paint a picture of who Knox was outside of his appearance in “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince”.
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Over 11 years have passed since the untimely death of “Harry Potter” actor Rob Knox (Marcus Belby) at just 18 years old. His family has helped keep his memory alive through multiple initiatives, including an annual film festival in his name.
On May 24, 2018, it will be ten years since Rob Knox was tragically murdered at 18 years old, a victim of knife violence.
It’s been seven years since Rob Knox, the actor who played Marcus Belby in “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince”, was stabbed outside Metro Bar in Sidcup while protecting his younger brother; he was only 18 years old. Now, a group of teens participating in the UK’s National Citizen Service, a community action group for teenagers, has raised money for and dedicated a church bench in the actor’s honor.
It is well known that back in 2008, Rob Knox (Marcus Belby) was tragically killed during a knife attack in Sidcup, South East London. It has now been confirmed that the last film he ever appeared in is to have its world premiere at the Rob Knox Film Festival in Bexley next month.