American movie stars died at 43

Here are 5 famous actors from United States of America died at 43:

John Holmes

John Holmes (August 8, 1944 Ashville-March 13, 1988 Los Angeles) also known as John Curtis Estes, Russell Blue, John Duval, Big Jon Fallus, John Helms, Jack Hims, Big John Holmes, John 'The Wadd' Holmes, John 'Wadd' Holmes, John C. Holmes, John Curtis Holmes, Johnny Holmes, Mr. John Holmes, John C. Holms, John Rey, Long John Wodd, Johnny Wadd, John Estes, Big John Fallus, Bigg John, Big John, John Sacre, Bernard Emil Weik II, Long John Wadd, Johnny B. Wadd, Johnny the Wad, Wonderland, Long John Silver, The Sultan of Smut, The King of Porn, Johnny "Cash" Holmes, John Homes, John Holmes III, John Holmes/Johnny Wadd, John Holmes aka Johnny Wadd, John or Holmes was an American pornographic film actor and actor.

He died caused by hiv/aids.

John Holmes was a highly popular and controversial American pornographic film actor and actor, who was born in Asheville, North Carolina, in 1944. He began his career as a forklift driver before entering the adult film industry in the early 1970s. Considered as one of the most prolific male adult film stars of all time, he starred in over 2,000 adult films and became famous for his well-endowed physical attributes. Apart from his work in adult films, he also acted in several mainstream films such as "Johnny Wadd," "The Jade Pussycat," and "The Seven Minutes." In addition to his film career, Holmes was also actively involved in drug trafficking and was implicated in the infamous Wonderland Murders in 1981. He died in 1988 due to complications related to AIDS, which he contracted through his work in the adult film industry.

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Bob Flanagan

Bob Flanagan (December 26, 1952 New York City-January 4, 1996 Long Beach) also known as Flanagan, Bob or Robert Flanagan was an American writer, songwriter, comedian, actor, poet and musician.

He died as a result of cystic fibrosis.

Flanagan was known for his controversial and often taboo themes in his performance art, which frequently included depictions of pain, illness, disability, and sadomasochism. He gained national attention with his book "The Pain Journal" and his one-man show "Visceral" in the 1990s. He also collaborated with musician and performance artist David Robbins on the album "Prison Silence". Despite his confrontational work, Flanagan was also an advocate for cystic fibrosis research and worked tirelessly to raise awareness and funds for the disease.

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Reggie White

Reggie White (December 19, 1961 Chattanooga-December 26, 2004 Cornelius) also known as Reginald Howard White, The Minister of Defense, Rev. Reggie White or Minister of Defense was an American american football player and actor. He had two children, Jecolia White and Jeremy White.

He died caused by cardiovascular disease.

Reggie White was an outstanding defensive end of the National Football League (NFL) for 15 seasons, primarily playing for the Green Bay Packers and the Philadelphia Eagles. He was an eight-time All-Pro, 13-time Pro Bowler, and a member of the NFL's 75th Anniversary All-Time Team. White was known for his dominant play on the field and his strong faith off the field. After retiring from football, he became an ordained Baptist minister and a public speaker, addressing topics like racial inequality, education, and his Christian faith. He was also a regular guest on Christian television programs and authored several religious books. White's legacy extends beyond his on-field accomplishments; he was a loving father, husband, and a respected leader in his community.

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Victor Buono

Victor Buono (February 3, 1938 San Diego-January 1, 1982 Apple Valley) also known as Charles Victor Buono or Victor Charles Buono was an American actor, poet and comedian.

He died as a result of myocardial infarction.

Despite his untimely death at the age of 43, Buono left a lasting impact on American television and film. He is perhaps best known for his role as King Tut in the 1960s Batman television series, which earned him an Emmy nomination. Buono's impressive acting career included roles in numerous television shows, such as Perry Mason, The Wild Wild West, and Get Smart, as well as films such as What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? and Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte. In addition to acting, Buono was also a talented poet, having published several volumes of poetry before his death. He is remembered fondly by fans and fellow actors for his unique voice, commanding presence, and exceptional talent.

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Dan Blocker

Dan Blocker (December 10, 1928 De Kalb-May 13, 1972 Los Angeles) also known as Dan Davis Blocker, Bobby Don Blocker, Don Blocker or Bobby Dan Davis Blocker was an American actor. He had four children, David Blocker, Dirk Blocker, Danna Lynn Blocker and Debra Lee Blocker.

He died as a result of pulmonary embolism.

Dan Blocker was best known for his portrayal of Eric "Hoss" Cartwright in the popular Western television series Bonanza which ran from 1959 to 1973. Prior to his acting career, he graduated from Sul Ross State University in Alpine, Texas, with a degree in drama and speech. His other notable roles include appearances in films such as Rio Conchos and Lady in Cement. Blocker was also a veteran of the US Army and served in the Korean War. He was a dedicated philanthropist and helped establish the Dan Blocker Beach, a youth camp for underprivileged children in California. Following his untimely death at the age of 43, his fellow Bonanza cast members established the Dan Blocker Memorial Fund to provide scholarships for drama students at his alma mater.

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