Academy Award winner Philip Seymour Hoffman, 46, was found dead in a New York apartment earlier today, reports The New York Times. Mr. Hoffman, who had appeared in such films as Todd Solondz’s Happiness, Capote, The Master, Magnolia, The Savages and Synecdoche, New York, was also known for his dramatic stage work, notably splitting time in the lead roles for Sam Shepard’s True West with John C. Reilly, and appearing in a 2012 Broadway adaptation of Death of a Salesman. Read More
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