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  February 2nd, 2014       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Oscar-winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman has died on Sunday. He was 46. Hoffman, who won the best actor Oscar for “Capote” in 2005, most recently appeared at the Sundance Film Festival to promote his new films “God’s Pocket” and Anton Corbin’s “A Most Wanted Man.” Hoffman and Meryl Streep have frequently worked together on the stage and on film. In 2001, he played her son in Mike Nichols’ Shakespeare in the Park production of “The Seagull”. In 2005, they participated in the Coen Brothers’ stage production “Theater of the New Ear”. And in 2008, both Hoffman and Streep received Oscar nominations for their work in “Doubt”. Upon accepting her Screen Actors Guild Award in 2008, Meryl Streep thanked her co-star. “Thank you to Philip Seymour Hoffman, who is just the most fun to work with and the most.. he’s just such a great example to all of us of how to live your work with integrity and imagination, every time, every time out!”

  • Stephen Farley

    Not only one of the finest actors working today, but immensely appealing to me. How many PSH fantasties did I have? Countless.

  • Cate

    One of the finest actors. SO SO SAD.

  • Marc

    Such a tragedy. He was one of the best actors in this generation. He was my favourite male actor.

  • Irene

    Its truly a great loss.
    Seeing both of them onscreen was one of the greatest pleasures an audience could get.
    Good trip Mr Hoffman.

  • Trailmarker

    So sad! What a great actor R.I.P.

  • Sonja

    Such a tragic.
    I loved him in everything I saw of him.
    A huge talent and sadly now a huge loss.
    I still can’t believe why he was nominated in Supporting for “Doubt”. He clearly was a lead, along with Meryl.
    What a confrontation scene….

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  • felipa

    a great loss ! admired him so much in Doubt

  • Laura

    RIP Phillip Seymour Hoffman. So sad. He was one of the greatest…

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  • Lauren

    When I read this today, I was completely and utterly shocked. RIP Philip Seymour Hoffman

  • Eva

    Talented guy , love you #RIP