James Caan, star of “The Godfather”, “Elf” and “Misery” He passed away earlier this month due to heart problems.
According to the death certificate of the actor TMZ got it, He died of a heart attack and coronary artery disease. He was 82 years old.
“It is with great sadness that we inform you of Jimmy’s passing on the evening of July 6th,” a statement read. Posted on Twitter by Caan announcing his death.
“The family appreciates the outpouring of love and heartfelt condolences and asks you to continue to respect their privacy during this difficult time.”
The statement ended with the actor’s usual tweet, “End of Tweet.”
Many of Kahn’s Hollywood peers have taken to social media to mourn the movie icon.
“So sorry to hear the news,” Rob Reiner, who directed Cannes in “Misery” chirp. “I love working with him. And the only Jew I knew could tie a calf rope to the best of them. Love for family.”
John Cusack He described the star as a “terrific actor,” while Jon Lovitz added, “Well, that’s too bad.”
Just four months ago, Kahn discussed the legendary influence of 1972’s The Godfather with The Post, Sharing, “One of the things that made The Godfather a success, along with the brilliant directing, writing, and great cast… is that everyone really enjoyed making it, and it shows on screen and I think the audience can tell we were having a great time doing what we were doing there. “.
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