The star kicked the bucket in the Netherlands on Friday after a short disease, his specialist affirmed.
Hauer played the deadly replicant Roy Batty in Blade Runner, which was coordinated by Ridley Scott and furthermore featured Harrison Ford.
The on-screen character’s memorial service was hung on Wednesday.
Hauer’s character gives an acclaimed discourse during a go head to head with Ford toward the finish of Blade Runner, exchange which he kept in touch with himself.
“I’ve seen things you individuals wouldn’t accept,” he is seen telling Ford. “Assault dispatches ablaze off the shoulder of Orion. I watched C-bars sparkle in obscurity close to the Tannhäuser Gate. Each one of those minutes will be lost in time, similar to tears in downpour. Time to pass on.”
Hauer is cited as telling a questioner his character – who had just a four-year life expectancy – needed to “positively influence presence”.
“The replicant in the last scene, by kicking the bucket,” he stated, “demonstrates Deckard [Ford’s character] what a genuine man is made of.”
Hauer was especially outstanding for frightfulness and vampire jobs, featuring as Van Helsing in Dracula 3D, and as the vampire Barlow in Salem’s part – a 2004 smaller than expected arrangement of the Stephen King tale.
Hauer was conceived on 23 January 1944 in Breukelen, close Amsterdam, in the Netherlands.
In his childhood, he joined the Dutch vendor naval force however came back to Amsterdam in 1962. He quickly concentrated acting yet then quit to join the military. He later came back to acting and got his real break in 1969 when he was thrown in the title job of TV arrangement Floris.
His exhibition in Blade Runner was by a long shot his most acclaimed job, yet he kept acting until this year.
He has likewise showed up in the movies Sin City, Batman Begins and the HBO arrangement True Blood.
Producers and on-screen characters drove tributes to Hauer via web-based networking media.
State of Water chief Guillermo del Toro said Hauer had brought “truth, power and excellence to his movies”.