The Academy Award-winning actor was a master at his craft, who also struggled with addiction issues for the majority of his adult life.
In 2014, Hoffman passed away of an overdose at the age of 46.
Most classic horror film fans know Heather O’Rourke as the “They’re Coming” character, Carol Anne Freeling, from Poltergeist.
What most fans don’t know, is that Heather lost her young life at the age of 12 of cardiac arrest and septic shock, during an intestinal surgery procedure.
Before he passed, the great Tony Soprano was awarded for his great talent with a Golden Globe Award, 3 Emmy Awards, and 3 Screen Actor Guild Awards.
Philip Seymour Hoffman’s death is still surprising because, well, most people don’t want to admit that he’s actually dead.
Her grave is popular tourist spot for Poltergeist fans since her passing in 1988.
Regardless, each and every one of them is missed, as is the contribution they gave to the lives of many in the name of art.As we mourn the loss of some of the world’s greatest talents, we’re reminded of the dire need to take care of ourselves and treat our bodies with respect, as well as tender, nurturing care.As you read through this list and reflect on some of the most influential persons in pop culture and entertainment, you’ll realize how important an individual’s state of mental health can be and how necessary it is to visit a doctor annually.River Phoenix abruptly collapsed in front of The Viper Room in West Hollywood in 1993.The young actor went into cardiac arrest as a result of a sleeper overdose at the age of 23.