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A photo of actor Philip Seymour Hoffman is pictured as part of a makeshift memorial in front of his apartment building in New York February 3, 2014. .
Many who have worked with—or even just admired—the incredible talent that was Philip Seymour Hoffman have shared their memories of the actor, who died on Sunday of an apparent drug overdose at 46. Among them is Shalom Auslander, author and creator of the Showtime series “Happyish” in which Hoffman had a lead role.“This planet is no damned place to have a heart, and Phil had the biggest, brokenest heart of anyone I have ever met,” Auslander said, according to The Wrap. “He was a beautiful person in a hideous world. Great actor, too.”
By ORA BRAFMAN
By GRAHAM LAWSON
By ORI J. LENKINSKI
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
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