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Animal House Star Stephen Furst Dies at 62

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Animal House Star Stephen Furst Dies at 62
The Hollywood acting community is in mourning once again after another beloved performer has passed away. Actor Stephen Furst, perhaps best known as playing Flounder in the comedy classic Animal House, has passed away at the age of 62, from complications due to diabetes. Here's what his sons Nathan and Griffith Furst had to say in a statement on the actor's Facebook page.

"Actor and comedian Stephen Furst died on June 16, 2017 due to complications from diabetes. Steve has a long list of earthly accomplishments. He was known to the world as an brilliant and prolific actor and filmmaker, but to his family and many dear friends he was also a beloved husband, father and kind friend whose memory will always be a blessing. To truly honor him, do not cry for the loss of Stephen Furst. But rather, enjoy memories of all the times he made you snicker, laugh, or even snort to your own embarrassment.
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Watch: Vanessa Ray and Sean Modica Risk It All in Exclusive Trailer for 'All In Time'

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Watch: Vanessa Ray and Sean Modica Risk It All in Exclusive Trailer for 'All In Time'
Read More: Watch: 'Orange is the New Black' Star Uzo Aduba in Exclusive Trailer for Her First Movie 'Pearly Gates' Check out the exclusive trailer for "All in Time," a new film from Chris Fetchko ("Everything's Jake," "Eavesdrop"), which debuts today exclusively on Indiewire. The film stars Sean Modica as Charlie, a banker who decides to follow his dream of managing his favorite rock band and holding a concert for time travelers. Vanessa Ray ("Blue Bloods"), Jean-Luc Bilodeau ("Baby Daddy") and Lynn Cohen ("The Hunger Games: Catching Fire") also star. "All In Time" premieres Saturday, April 25 at the Newport Beach Film Festival.
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Judy Keller Loves Actors

Prior to launching her New York–based company, Judy Keller Casting, in 1992, Keller worked as a casting director in the print department at William Esty and was head of casting at Rosenfeld, Sirowitz, Humphrey & Strauss. Until 2000, commercials and voiceover work represented the lion's share of her projects. Since that time she has moved into independent features and Off-Broadway projects, in some cases as both casting director and producer. Among her commercials are new campaigns for Staples, Poland Spring, Hellman's, Budweiser, Dentyne, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, L'Oreal, Verizon, and Snuggle. Film credits include "Everything's Jake" and "Eavesdrop." "Trust Me" is a film in preproduction, and independent features that she is producing and casting are "Michigan," which will begin shooting shortly, and "Kidnapping 101," which shoots in spring and summer of 2011. Keller also cast "Eavesdropping on Dreams," which she is bringing to Off-Broadway in the 2011–2012 season.Arresting AttentionI absolutely look at unsolicited submissions by unrepresented actors.
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