The american actor Mark Blum he died on Thursday, march 26, at the age of 69, due to complications caused by a coronavirus. The information has been confirmed by the web site TMZ.
He was a well known star in the film Desperately Seeking Susan (1985) and Crocodile Dundee in 1986.
In the comedy Seeking Susan, and he gave life to the husband of the protagonist, Roberta, played by the actress Rosanna Arquetteand he played straight man to the Madonna, is also the protagonist of a long time.
Most recently, he served as Mr. Mooney, in a series of suspense, a psychological to You (to You) of the Series.
Blum was also an old, well-known in the theatrical setting of New York city, and has been active in several productions on Broadway, such as “Lost In Yonkers,” The Best Man, among others. He has also won an award, Obie for his work in the production of the Playwrights Horizons of a play by Albert Innaurto, “Gus and Al”.
He would have been 70 years old in may.
The rapid spread of the coronavirus has already claimed more than 19,600 deaths in all over the world, including many celebrities. It is also believed that the Covid-19 to be killed in the play, with american Terrence McNally, the Italian actress Lucia Bosè and the chef of the celebrity-Floyd Cardoz.
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