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Discussion in 'Current Events' started by Waluigi, Sep 12, 2003.
Actor John Ritter Dead...
I heard this. What a shock.
He had a good life, and brought us all some good laughs. He'll be missed.
My sentiments go out to his wife and children.
I am stunned. Lots of famous people kicking the bucket. And he was so young!
Seriously! The guy was only like 54 years old. I guess they found something wrong with his aorta, undetectable before he died. Scary.
man...just when his career was getting back on track...
I didn't like his last show at all, for me was very corny except for the blond girl.
But it is a big pity to loose him, even here in Venezuela every body know at list his face, we are very familiarize with his works specially with "3 is company".
He was a very friendly face on tv, allways fresh. We are gonna miss him.
We are loosing a lot of talent lately:
Looks like there is a big casting going on on heaven.
May John Ritter rest in peace. My prayers go out to his family and friends. I remember "Three's Company" fondly. His age of 54 really brings it close to home for me!
Damn, aortic dissection, totally unpredictable. Poor family and friends. He seemed so young.
He seemed like such a nice guy, too. Such a shock. I watched the new show a couple of times when there was nothing else on. Like he said, he wasn't trying to do Hamlet, he just wanted to be funny and make people laugh.
I just saw an interview with him the other day. He seemed fine, full of life. Excited about the new season.
Just a few days away from his 55th b-day.
He'll be missed.
I've seen a few episodes of his new show too, and I thought they were pretty good. I wonder how the show will go on now.
it really is sad, i didn't like his latest series (from what i saw anyway), but i grew up with "problem child"... he always seemed like such a nice guy, charmingly self-depricating and very laid-back.
R.I.P. Good actor, will be missed
At least he passed on during a high point in his carreer. He will be missed.
Ritter did such a great job as the grocery store manager in Slingblade. I wish he had had a chance to do a few more dramatic movie roles. He'll be missed by a lot of fans.
He will be missed.
He was also the voice of "Clifford" in PBS's "Clifford the Big Red Dog" series.
Now how am I going to tell my kids that Clifford is dead?