On 7 June 2015, mortality was conclusively proven to exist, as Christopher Lee left us at the age of 93.
Christopher Lee was a Commander of the Venerable Order of Saint John, a Commander of the Order of the British Empire, a Knight Bachelor and a Commander of the Order of Arts and Letters. He fought in two wars, spoke five languages fluently and three more pretty well, and was allowed to use the crest of the Holy Roman Empire for being a descendant of Charlemange. So if it wasn't clear from all this, he was an actor, and while there were a few actors who fought both communists and nazis, Lee did it in real life, volunteering in the Finnish Winter War against Soviet Union, and subsequently when the nazi regime advanced in Europe, he shipped there as a commando.
Christopher Lee was also a capable fencer, even if an intoxicated Errol Flynn was able to nick him once. He belonged to a number of stunt guilds, and naturally did not use a stunt double. Under that manly chest of his he had a powerful set of pipes, which he utilized in singing as well as acting, recording and performing since (at least) the 1980s. In 2013 he released a progressive metal album about the life of Charlemagne, and his latest recording came out as late as at the end of last year.
He has acted since the late 40s, and to pick just a few roles, he has been Sherlock Holmes, Holmes' brother, Rasputin, Rochefort, Lord Summerisle in The Wicker Man, Scaramanga, Willy Wonka, Darth Tyranus, Lucifer, Saruman, Dracula and Death.