Veteran actor Alan Rickman has passed away of cancer at age 69. Besides portraying the roles of Hans Gruber in Die Hard and Severus Snape in the Harry Potter movies, he has been known for playing the negative roles in many films in the British film industry, including Galaxy Quest, Snow Cake, and Sweeney Todd. Born Alan Sidney Patrick Rickman in Hammersmith to Margaret Doreen Rose and Bernard Rickman, he first acted in 1978's version of the well-known Shakespearean play Romeo and Juliet at age 28 under the role of Tybalt. Known for his rich, smooth voice, he also voiced the Blue Caterpillar...
Professor Severus Snape (9 January, 1960 – 2 May, 1998) was a half-blood wizard who was the son of the witch Eileen Prince and Muggle, Tobias Snape. During his lifetime, Snape was the Potions master (1981–1996), Defence Against the Dark Arts professor (1996-1997), and Headmaster (1997-1998) of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry (which he attended as a student from 1971 until 1978). He was also member of the Order of the Phoenix, and played a very important role in both of the Wizarding Wars against Lord Voldemort.
The man walked to the school. His black robes billowed behind him. Glancing at the lake, he notices the dark ginger hair against the moon-glistened water. Curious, he walks over to the shape.
When he gets close enough, he sees it is a woman. She doesn't turn around but says, "Hello, Severus." Severus, suprised, stares at her. When he finally regains his composure, he asks,"How did you know it was me, Lily?"
Lily laughs and points to the water. There, the shimmering reflections of her and Severus stare back at them. Finally, she turns to face him.
This is not directed at anyone; if you take it that way, that's your choice. I'm dealing with some heavy shit right now, I lost a loved one last week, and I just need to vent, and this is as good a place and topic as any.
Again, this isn't aimed at anyone. If you're sensitive, don't read it. If you do and get bent, well, you were warned.
I think Severus was smart enough to realize that Lily didn't love him, but they were friends, first and foremost, and he loved her. It's his love for her,...
1. Call him Snap.
2. Post Lily and James pictures, videos, picks, links, etc...
3. Remind him it was always going to be James
4. Ship Snape and James
5. Ship Snape and Wormtail
6. Ship Snape and Voldemort
7. Ship him with male characters
8. Poke him and say "bother" for a really long time.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (2011)
Professor Severus Snape: [to Dumbledore about Harry] You've kept him alive so that he can die at the proper moment.
Professor Severus Snape: [to the Hogwart's students] If anyone here knows any knowledge of Mr. Potter's movements this evening, I invite them to step forward... now.
Harry Potter: [Stepping out of the crowd] It seems despite your exhaustive defensive strategies, you still have a bit of a security problem, Headmaster.
Throughout the entire Harry Potter series it is said that Severus Snape is loyal to Dumbledore, but is Severus truly loyal to him? And does Dumbledore deserve that loyalty.
I know a number of Potter fans that will agree when I say that, even with all of his flaws, Severus Snape is a substantially loyal character. He remains loyal to Lily Evans-Potter, long after she dismisses him as a friend, and long after she has declared her love for another. He remains loyal to Albus Dumbledore despite the danger he willingly puts him through , seemingly without caring...
Dear Ms. JK Rowling,
1. How do you feel about Snape?
2. How do you feel about parodies including Snape?
3. How about when they call him “Snake?”
4. What does Alan Rickman think of these things?
5. Did you choose Alan Rickman because he has the exact same nose as Severus?
6. Is this letter annoying you already?
7. Does Snape’s hair remind you of a hard core rocker?