CheMateo wrote:Add Gary Coleman to this sad list.
Lord Akiyama wrote:ThunderCats writer Stephen Perry.
One of the more tragic stories I've come across.
Courtesy of Comic Book Resources
Police in Zephyrhills, Florida, have confirmed that ThunderCats writer Stephen Perry, who has been missing for more than two weeks, is the victim of an apparent homicide.
His van was discovered on May 16 at a Tampa motel, reportedly near a severed arm. More remains were found in a dumpster at a gas station two miles from his ransacked home. Perry's roommates, James Davis, 45, and Roxanne Davis, 49, were missing as well. However, police later arrested the couple on unrelated charges. They're now considered "persons of interest" in the case.
Hasn't he at least been able to turn is his life around?fatallylost wrote:-Todd Bridges - multiple arrests.
Hasn't he at least been able to turn is his life around?[/quote]fatallylost wrote:-Todd Bridges - multiple arrests.
CheMateo wrote:Damn, now Dennis Hopper. Was he at all relevant to our generation or am I just more sentimental? Most of us Y'ers would know him from what... Mario Bros., Speed, and Crash. A lot of people are mention Easy Rider and rightfully so but my personal favorite Hopper performance was as Frank Booth from Blue Velvet. PABST BLUE RIBBON!
I heard that Hopper considered Boiling Point to be his best work. But it was re-edited and tooled to be an action vehicle for Snipes. I'd like to have seen the original cut as the Warner Bros. release was weak.Hasn't he at least been able to turn is his life around?fatallylost wrote:-Todd Bridges - multiple arrests.
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