Published: Sun, September 17, 2017
Life&Culture | By Kristin Armstrong

Cult American actor Harry Dean Stanton dies aged 91

Cult American actor Harry Dean Stanton dies aged 91

Actor Harry Dean Stanton has died at the age of 91, on Friday, September 15, 2017.

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

All the more as of late he rejoined with Lynch on Showtime's "Twin Peaks: The Return" where he repeated his part as the crotchety trailer stop proprietor Carl from "Flame Walk With Me".

He died peacefully at Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles after working for more than 60 years in Hollywood.

"Twin Peaks" creator David Lynch paid tribute to the star on social media, saying, "There went a great one".

In addition to his film and TV work, he also performed as the lead singer of The Harry Dean Stanton Band. Stanton revealed to the New York Times, "I was telling him I was sick of the roles I was playing".

According to his agent, Stanton "is survived by family and friends who loved him". Stanton also became friends with Marlon Brando, another actor from Missouri Breaks, and they engaged in long phone calls for years before Brando's death in 2004. There was a great one.

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"Harry Dean exudes a spiritual awareness that's steeped in deep sadness, and it's so compelling to watch on film". You are really going to be missed Hary Dean!

Harry Dean Stanton was shining as the first plan. And he was a World War II veteran, reportedly serving in the U.S. Navy during the Battle of Okinawa.

After decades in the trenches of the industry, Stanton emerged from obscurity as a testament to how the hard work and resilience of an artist could mold something versatile and spellbinding in front of a camera. "Loads of love to you wherever you are now!".

His answers were sort of Buddhist and very Harry Dean Stanton.

Director Lynch will be familiar to movie fans for his acting roles - he played Arthur Leigh Allen in Zodiac, Norm Gunderson in Fargo, Twisty the Clown in American Horror Story, and a whole host of other classics. It was just the beginning of a run in the 1980s when Stanton would take more prominent roles in some staple films of the 1980s.

Stanton is one of the finest character actors, gaining acclaim from some of the most respected actors and always mentioned as a talent to be admired in Hollywood. I told him I wanted to play something of some beauty or sensitivity.

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