Accountant Roger Crisp dies at 71

Served for Ridley, Tony Scott's R.S.A.

Roger Crisp, who served as accountant for Ridley and Tony Scott’s RSA Films for 33 years, died Jan. 4. He was 71.

Crisp joined the London-based company when Ridley Scott started it in 1968 and worked with the brothers until 2001.

He is survived by his wife, Hilary, a daughter, two sons and seven grandchildren.

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