- The cast of the famous show Grey’s Anatomy is in mourning.
- The actor Lou Cutell also participated in other successful film projects.
- The news was confirmed by a close friend.
The beloved actor from Grey’s Anatomy, Lou Cutell, died on Monday. The entertainment world has dressed in mourning on multiple occasions in recent days with the loss of Octavio Ocaña, Enrique Rocha, and other actors of famous series and soap operas from Mexico and the United States.
Now, the cast of the series Grey’s Anatomy, available on Netflix, is mourning the death of Lou Cuttell. The news was confirmed by Mark Furman, one of the protagonists of the hit series about medicine and heartbreak, The Sun reported.
Lou Cutell’s last appearance before he died
The news was released through an emotional post on Facebook. “After 91 years, and a great life, my friend Lou Cutell went home,” wrote renowned actor and Grey’s Anatomy star Mark Furman.
The actor from New York played Abe in episode 4 of season 12 of the famous television series. This was the beloved actor’s last television appearance. The episode was filmed in 2015.
What did Lou Cutell die of?
“He took me to Lucille Ball’s house in 1986. Rest in peace Lou,” Furman added in his farewell. Lou Cutell was recognized for his endearing appearances in different comedies, such as Seinfeld, and in Broadway plays, such as The Young Abe Lincoln.
The aforementioned musical was his first public appearance 60 years ago. The first time that the renowned actor appeared on television was in 1964 on The Dick Van Dyke Show, according to The Sun. The actor’s close friend did not reveal the cause of his death.
Lou Cutell achieved fame in various films that “everyone” has seen
With characters in Frankenstein Meets the Space Monster, Little Big Man, The World’s Greatest Lover, Foul Play, Shoot the Moon, and Honey, I Shrunk the Children, Lou Cutell showed his talent in acting. The actor also excelled in his role in Pee-wee’s Big Adventure.
Cuttel was able to achieve even more fame with his enigmatic character in the episode “The Fusilli Jerry” of Seinfeld, the New York Post noted. Recently, the entertainment world also mourned the death of a famous actor from a terrible illness.
Another actor died
Through social media, the death of the actor Art LaFleur due to Parkinson’s disease was announced at the age of 78. The actor is remembered for films such as Cobra, with Sylvester Stallone, and Field of Dreams, along with Kevin Costner, among others, although perhaps his most iconic role is in the film The Sandlot, in which he played the baseball player Babe Ruth.
Art LaFleur died of Parkinson’s
“This guy… After a 10 year battle with A-typical Parkinson’s, Art LaFleur, the love of my life, passed away. He brought laughter to so many people as Babe Ruth in The Sandlot, The Tooth Fairy in The Santa Clause 2 and 3, and Chick Gandil in Field of Dreams, to name just a few,” wrote the actor’s wife.
In the same message, Shelley shared that her husband “was a generous and selfless man, which carried over to his acting, but more importantly it was who he was for his family and friends.” Born on September 9, 1943, in Gary, Indiana, United States, Art began his career in the late 1970s.
Art LaFleur’s wife devastated by the actor’s death
To conclude her farewell message to the actor, Art LaFleur’s wife shared that in each location or film set they went to visit, the cast and crew would introduce themselves to her and their children. She told them that the actor talked about them with a lot of love and pride.
“He was never happier than the day this photo was taken, when Glenda LaFleur, who I was delighted to have as a daughter, joined our family. I was very fortunate to have had a 43-year relationship with a man who appreciated and adored me. Art was larger than life and meant the world to us,” Shelley LaFleur concluded.
An outstanding artistic career
According to information from the Cinemanía portal, the actor Art LaFleur made his debut in the telefilm Gilligan’s Island Rescue in 1978. A year later, he was part of the Maverick series starring James Garner. Later, he starred in War Games, Cobra, along with Sylvester Stallone, Freedom to Die, with Jean-Claude Van Damme, Forever Young, with Mel Gibson, and the prequel to Ace Ventura.
As mentioned above, his most memorable roles are in the film Field of Dreams, a “drama that combined sport with fantasy” starring Kevin Costner in 1989, as well as in the 1993 comedy The Sandlot. Filed under: Grey’s Anatomy actor Lou Cutell dies.
“Legends never die”
After the sensitive death of the actor Art LaFleur was announced as a result of Parkinson’s disease, with which he had fought a battle for 10 years, fans of baseball and the seventh art remembered his participation in the film The Sandlot. In this film, the actor plays the baseball player Babe Ruth, who visits one of the little protagonists in his dreams. After recovering from a shock, he received advice from what many consider to be the best player of all time: “Remember boy: Heroes are remembered, but legends never die!” (To watch the video, click here). Filed under: Grey’s Anatomy actor Lou Cutell dies
Condolences for the departure of Art LaFleur
Art LaFleur also appeared in series such as Charlie’s Angels, MASH, The Incredible Hulk, Cold Case, The Mentalist, and Malcolm in the Middle. After his wife shared the unexpected news of his death, condolences were sent to the family:
“My heart is broken for you because he was always so kind to me when I saw him, such a genuine soul. Rest in peace, Art.” “I am very sorry for your loss, my prayers and condolences go out to you and your family. It seems that a gentle giant is a great heart. May he rest in peace.” “It is very sad to hear this news. Art made everything better when I was in it.” Filed under: Grey’s Anatomy actor Lou Cutell dies
Actor dies after complications in surgery at 77 years of age
After the death of Willie Garson, one of the main figures of Sex and the City, had been announced, it is reported that actor Tim Donnelly has died due to complications in surgery at the age of 77. According to The Sun, Dennis Donnelly, a renowned film director, shared that his brother passed away last Friday at his home in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
“It is with deep sadness that we announce the sudden passing of our friend, Tim Donnelly, on September 17th. Tim, as you know, played Chet Kelly on Emergencies, among many other roles during his acting career.” He is survived by his daughter Ashley, two grandchildren, his sister Kathleen, and his brother Dennis. Filed under: Grey’s Anatomy actor dies