Monday, 3 February 2014

Philip Seymour Hoffman's role as Fr Flynn was among his greatest performances

The macabre details of Philip Seymour Hoffman’s demise are becoming a source of ghoulish fascination: that he was found sprawled on his bathroom floor with a needle hanging from his arm, that his apartment was littered with a burnt spoon and envelopes containing heroin. It is tragic that a young father of three and distinguished actor was devastated by his poison of choice.

A regret of mine is that I did not write to Philip Seymour Hoffman and congratulate him on his role in John Patrick Shanley’s Doubt....

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