Nicole Kidman's brother-in-law seen at SGH morgue alone, a day after her father's death

Craig Marran, the son-in-law of Antony Kidman, leaving the mortuary with police officers. -- ST PHOTO: WONG KWAI CHOW
Craig Marran, the son-in-law of Antony Kidman, leaving the mortuary with police officers. -- ST PHOTO: WONG KWAI CHOW

SINGAPORE - Hollywood actress Nicole Kidman's brother-in-law, Craig Marran, was seen at the mortuary at Singapore General Hospital on Saturday morning, a day after the sudden death of her father Dr Antony Kidman on Friday.

Mr Marran, who is a managing director at Scotiabank here, arrived alone shortly after 8am. He stayed at the mortuary for about 2.5 hours, and was seen speaking to police officers and undertakers from Singapore Casket. He declined to comment.

Dr Kidman, a renowned psychologist who was 75, apparently had a heart attack after his morning exercise at The Tanglin Club on Friday morning. He was reportedly in Singapore to visit his younger daughter Antonia, who lives here with her husband Mr Marran and their six children. Dr Kidman was later pronounced dead at Tan Tock Seng Hospital. Police are investigating.