Cult actor Harry Dean Stanton dies at 91

Harry Dean Stanton, Actor and WWII Veteran, Dies at Age 91

Harry Dean Stanton Dead: 'Twin Peaks' and 'Big Love' Actor Dies at 91

Longtime Character actor Harry Dean Stanton has died at 91.

Stanton was a prolific character actor who appeared in films as diverse as Repo Man, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas and Alien.

Stanton passed away at Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles, TMZ reported. Harry Dean Stanton. My heart is broken, but at 91...a life well lived", while Mark Hamill wrote: "'Sad to say goodbye to the incomparable Harry Dean Stanton- so profoundly authentic in every role he inhabited'. Stanton was a genuinely good man and an actor who put in the work and got the job done with terrific results.

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Stanton credited Hollywood actor Jack Nicholson with giving him vital professional advice.

Stanton, who never lost his Kentucky inflection, said his enthusiasm for motion pictures was provoked as a youngster when he would leave each theater "supposing I was Humphrey Bogart". Stanton has the title role of Lucky, a 90-year-old fiercely independent atheist searching for enlightenment. There was a great one. He was the subject of the 2013 documentary "Harry Dean Stanton: Partly Fiction". There is no such person as Harry Dean. Rest in peace, Harry Dean'. But he wasn't limited to the small screen in his work.

Among his final roles, he played Sheriff Lloyd in Frank and Ava, which is now in post-production, and Carl Rodd on the reboot of the TV series Twin Peaks.

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He was a cook at the battle of Okinawa during his US Navy service in World War Two, became interested in acting while attending the University of Kentucky and pursued acting at the prestigious Pasadena Playhouse in California. But again, that's just one of many memorable turns in the career of this living legend. Occasionally you would hear Stanton sing; music was his other love - he sang and played harmonica onstage and off.

Stanton has participated in more than 70 films and several or television series, including Twin Peaks, David Lynch.

He had especially distinguished himself in supporting roles, with few exceptions, including his unforgettable performance in Paris, Texas, where his interpretation of a father amnesiac earned Wim Wenders the palme d'or at cannes in 1984. He came from a musical family and said that he was at one point faced with the decision of pursuing a career as a singer or an actor.

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