The phone can provide them with all the information they need, but they still have to deal with the immense practical problems involved in getting from medieval to modern technology.It would still take decades to get 14th century England from church bells to digital clocks, even with an internet connection to the present day, and the full resources of the kingdom at your disposal.Ellis was born near Chicago in Harvey, Illinois, but became a ward of the state after his mother had a break down over the death of her brother. Marines but quit at the age of 17 before he was accepted into the famed Julliard School in New York, where he graduated in 2004.Moving to Bessemer, Alabama, the actor went to Jess Lanier High School for a year but hated it, eventually moving back to Illinois and graduating from Thornridge High School in Dolton, Illinois. Many celebrities took to social media to pay their respects to the actor. A brilliant, charismatic, intelligent, soulful, wonderful dude...now live in a world where kings and noblemen rule the roost. The problem with the past is that it's so uncivilized, but any time traveler worth their salt can fix that.And they've turned all of central Europe — our home, now, ours and our childrens' to come — into a raging inferno. Just introduce it to the delights of modern technology, several centuries early.
His manager, Emily Gerson Saines, confirmed the death of the 39-year-old actor to the Hollywood Reporter.The family said that the 39-year-old actor 'suffered from drug and alcohol abuse for years' and recently tried to 'withdraw from alcohol on his own' after 'many stints in rehab'.'According to his father, during his withdrawal from alcohol he had a blood infection, his kidneys shut down, his liver was swollen, his blood pressure plummeted, and his dear sweet heart raced out of control,' Saines told The Hollywood Reporter.'On the morning of Saturday July 8th, after four days in Woodhull Hospital, Nelsan was pronounced dead. He was a father, a son, a grandson, a brother, a nephew, and a great friend to those that were lucky enough to know him.'Nelsan was ashamed of his addiction and thus was reluctant to talk about it during his life.
He was a wonderful person, a pioneer, and a one of a kind artist. My heart breaks for his kids and family.…'Jessica Chastain, who attended the esteemed Juilliard School around the same time as Ellis, wrote: 'We didn't even scratch the surface of seeing what this artist was capable of. #Nelsan Ellis'Director Ava Du Vernay wrote: 'Rise in Peace, King. You made a difference #nelsanellis' Wendell Pierce said: 'A talented and beautiful man. Talented brother,' said media personality Roland Martin.