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Famous Hollywood Actor Passes Away After Battle With Illness

The news of actor's death has been officially confirmed by his family. At the age of 81, he took his last breath

Edited By : Aniket Raj | Updated: Jan 5, 2024 15:26 IST
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A profoundly saddening news has emerged from the entertainment industry, as a renowned actor is no longer with us. The news of the actor bidding farewell has cast a shadow of sorrow across the Hollywood landscape. Actor Harry Johnson has passed away after a prolonged battle with illness, choosing to bid adieu to the world. Having fought against his ailment for an extended period, he ultimately succumbed, leaving his fans and the entertainment industry in mourning

The news of actor Harry Johnson’s death has been officially confirmed by his family. At the age of 81, he took his last breath, passing away on January 2nd in Los Angeles. Harry Johnson’s wife, Kristian, confirmed the news of her husband’s demise. The actor was known for his amiable personality and had good relations with his co-stars. His captivating storytelling and ability to make his work even more entertaining were admired by all. However, he faced life’s battle against illness. Now, with this news, the hearts of fans are also shattered.

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Johnson initiated his on-screen journey with the multipart pilot episode of Battlestar Galactica in 1978, paving the way for a prolific career. He went on to make guest appearances in numerous TV series, showcasing his versatility. His credits include popular shows such as MAS*H, Quincy M.E., The Incredible Hulk, Simon & Simon, The Greatest American Hero among others

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First published on: Jan 05, 2024 03:23 PM IST

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