Philip Seymour Hoffman died Sunday at 46


“We are devastated by the loss of our bellowed Phil and appreciate the outpouring of love and support we have received from everyone” said his family in a statement.
Philip Seymour completed a 10-day substance abuse treatment program in May 2013.
He was nominated four times for the Oscar prize and was very appreciated for his artistic career. “He’s one of the great actors of our generation, of his generation, and one of the reasons is his versatility” said the film critic Leonard Maltin. He was always appreciated for his total immersion into a role.
His career began with a spot on “Law & Order” in 1991. He starred in many movies: The Scent of a Woman, Nobody’s Fool, The Talented Mr. Reply, Hard Eight, Boogie Nights, Punch Drug Love, The Master, Almost Famous, The Big Lebowski, Along Came Polly, Charlie Wilson;s War, Doubt, Capote and more. His most recent role was in “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” on the last year. He was preparing to star in the new comedy series “Happysh.”


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