Philip Seymour Hoffman – We Will Miss You

You may or may not have heard but the actor and director Philip Seymour Hoffman died today at the age of forty-six. According to sources he was found dead in his apartment with a hypodermic needle in his arm, suggesting some form of drug overdose


I’m trying not to be sappy with this, but it’s hard not to be when such a talented actor dies before his time. Indeed, being in such in large category of films including Boogie NightsThe Talented Mr. Ripley, Punch Drunk Love, Red Dragon, Capote (for which he won an Oscar), Charlie Wilson’s War, The Master and The Hunger Games franchise, to name but a few, it’s such a terrible loss to the acting world to lose such a great talent.

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