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‘Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ actor Brian Tarantina dies at the age of 60

‘Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ actor Brian Tarantina dies at the age of 60

Early this Saturday, it came in the news that Brain Tarantina is no more. The brilliant and legendary actor was found dead at his apartment in New York City. He was most famous for his role in the “Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.” Earlier this year, he was celebrating his 60th birthday. It is a very sad time for his family and also his fans. He actor’s executive representative Laurie Smith says that Brain was suffering from illness. The illness was not identified but kept the actor in a lot of pain. A lot of reports suggest that his death is due to the usage of drugs. Smith also says that “ he was an amazing actor and a very good friend. As a client, he was very professional and understanding. I am in shock.”

The Incident

As of now, nobody knows the cause of death. A lot of reports are pointing towards his drug addiction. The first person to see Brain was his niece. As the niece was getting inside his apartment inside the Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood, he was already dead. The niece found him fainted and laying off his sofa. The niece called 911 helpline for an emergency. Brain’s death is still under investigation, and the police are working on it. Brain made his professional debut in the year 1984. His first movie was Cotton Club. This movie was a small project by the brilliant producer Robert Evans. But, sadly, Robert Evans is also no more. With all his brilliants talents and acting, he became a big name in TV shows and also movies. His best roles were in movies like “Uncle Buck” in 1989.

‘Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ actor Brian Tarantina dies at the age of 60
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He did a lot of TV shows and Films. His role in “Born on the Fourth of July” in 1989 was amazing. Other roles in “Carlito’s Way” in 1993 and “BlacKkKlansman” in 2018 was also brilliant. He was also in the role of Bootsy for five episodes in “Gilmore Girls” in 2001-2002. In 2016 “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the life,” he plays the role again. Brian was also a SAG winner for “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.” The official page of “Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” also shared a post in tribute. The post says, “the Gaslight will ever be the same in your absence. Thank you for all the lovely moments and happiness. Sending love and supports to his family and friends.”