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Chris Penn Dead at 43

http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20060125/people_nm/penn_dc

Past few times I saw him on TV I didn't even recognize him because of the bloating. Heart problems or substance abuse?... sorry, morbid curiosity.

Always liked him in the roles he had. Sympathy to the family.
RIP

grim
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Their father was a famous director. One

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possible correction: Chris credits included "Mulholland Falls." Believe it s/b "Mulholland Drive."

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nope two different movies

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Chris Penn was in Mulholland Falls

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(NT) (NT) Thanks.

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mighty fine actor , may he R.I.P.

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I'd say personally, that he's as good an actor, or better, than his bro Sean.

Article reads Forty (40) - unless it's wrong. Anyhow, still that's the prime of life, very sad.

I'll miss him. May his fam and pals be comforted, hopefully they won't be bothered too much by the media, at least for a while. I'm still getting over several recent deaths of people close to me, I know it takes time, and help from one's friends to just function, initially.

Rick

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