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Michael Clarke Duncan Dead

Posted on the 04 September 2012 by Candornews @CandorNews

Michael Clarke Duncan Dead

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The death of 54 year old Michael Clarke Duncan, is trending on Twitter, Facebook and various other social media websites. Most people know the comedic actor from Green Mile, but since I have never seen that film, when I think of Duncan, the movie The Whole Nine Yards with Matthew Perry and Bruce Willis come to mind.

The actor died earlier today (September 3, 2012) from complications of the heart attack he suffered earlier this summer. Duncan had been in a hospital located in Los Angeles since his unfortunate heart  attack on July 13 2012, where he unfortunately died today. Duncan was a phenomenal actor who, on numerous occasions was taken for granted.

Michael Clarke Duncan will be severely missed by all of Hollywood. His death comes as a shock, and we at Candor News, send are deepest heartfelt condolences to his family and friends. We hope that everyone will remember Duncan for the great actor he was.

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