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Old 04-01-03, 03:15 PM
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Old 04-01-03, 03:25 PM
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Originally posted by Josh-da-man

Reading the article, it sounds like it wasn't the HIV/AIDS that was the cause of death, though.
Yes. This is par for the course. Sad to say that even someone who has come out and admitted they are positive have the effects of the illness downplayed even in death.

Very very sad indeed.
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He was the only good thing about the Wesley Snipes parachute movie.

Jeter was also the draftee with the painted toenails in Hair.

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gotta go watch the green mile.

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RIP Mr Noodle

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Ill always remember him as a sound nerd from Tango&Cash
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Really bummed to hear about this. One of those faces I'm always glad to see in a movie.

His dance routine from Fisher King will always be a classic.
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Truly truly sad.
Old 04-02-03, 11:58 AM
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Indeed, the world is that much darker for his passing. I will always remember his performances in The Fisher King and (on stage) in Grand Hotel.

Requiescant in Pacem
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Very sad. As many have mentioned, I loved his work in The Fisher King and FALILV.

But what I remember most is how he stood out in 'The Green Mile', which is really saying something considering the quality of that ensemble. A great performance in a movie chockablock with them.

R.I.P.

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