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Harry Dean Stanton, the actor, died at the age of 91

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Actor Harry Dean Stanton, died at the age of 91, cause of death being natural. He was known for his roles in movies like Godfather 2, Alien and Cool Hand Luke. If talking about his career he saw many new actors and directors coming in front of him and achieving the heights of success. He was in acting career for about 60 years. He was born in the West of Irvine in 1926 to a tobacco farmer father and a cook mother. He himself was cook at a ship during the time of battle in 1945. He git interested in acting when he was studying at the University of Kentucky.
From his recent works, he appeared in the hit HBO show Big Love, and the year’s revival cult classic Twin Peaks. His last role was in the movie Lucky which was yet to be relaeased later this month.
His agent, Jolly Kelly told that he died at the Cedars Sinai hospital in Los Angeles on Friday. He further said that Stanton was a person who was loved by all in the entertainment industry and he earned all the reputation and respect on his own through his excellent and fone work. He was a easy goinh personality.
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Twin Peaks creator paid a tribute to him by saying “The great Harry Dean Stanton has left us. There went a great one. There’s nobody like Harry Dean. Everybody loved him. And with good reason. He was a great actor (actually beyond great) and a great human being- so great to be around him!!! You are really going to be missed Harry Dean!! Loads of love to you wherever you are now!!!
John Carpenter, who directed Harry Dean in the movie Escape from New York tweeted and said “Harry Dean was a wonderful man, kind and full of humor. He was also a great actor. Goodbye, Harry Dean. Rest in peace.”
He gave many life changing advice to many known people which changed their perspective towards the life, Jack Nicholas was one of them.

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