On Friday, Hollywood lost one of its iconic actors, Larry Hagman. Many people remember his portrayal of J.R. Ewing on “Dallas.” What you might not know though is that, while he and Patrick Duffy played feuding brothers on the show, in real life, they were very good friends.
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“The Green Mile” star and celebrated actor Michael Clarke Duncan has died at the young age of 54.
Pronounced dead in her room at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills on the eve of the Grammys, Whitney Houston was the most awarded female pop singer of all time. She was 48 years old.
Our thoughts go out to her daughter and the music community.
UPDATE: Jennifer Hudson has now been tapped to sing a tribute to Houston at the Grammy Awards at Staples Center, Los Angeles, tomorrow night.
- Jennifer Aniston says she’s “not desperate” to become a mom. (Celebitchy)
- Drew Barrymore, on the other hand, is totally ready. (The Hollywood Gossip)
- Leo DiCaprio‘s rumored newest lady love? Model Alyce Crawford. (The Superficial)
- Lady Gaga‘s life will be make into… a Lifetime movie? (Evil Beet)
- UK glamour model Jodie Marsh is a bodybuilder now! (Dlisted)
- Snooki‘s Idol? Kate Winslet! (CelebSlam)
- Celebrities remember Steve Jobs. (PopBytes)
Whitfield got his start on Australian TV, and became a bona fide sensation stateside with his portrayal of the title role in Spartacus. Sadly, he was forced to take a leave of absence from the show after just one season when he was diagnosed with cancer.
Chris Albrecht, the president of Starz (Spartacus‘ channel) said: “We are deeply saddened by the loss of our dear friend and colleague, Andy Whitfield. We were fortunate to have worked with Andy in ‘Spartacus’ and came to know that the man who played a champion on-screen was also a champion in his own life.”