American actors died in Combined drug intoxication

Here are 2 famous actors from United States of America died in Combined drug intoxication:

River Phoenix

River Phoenix (August 23, 1970 Madras-October 31, 1993 West Hollywood) also known as River Jude Bottom, Rio, Riv, Phoenix, River or River Jude Phoenix was an American actor, musician, singer-songwriter, guitarist, activist and environmentalist.

Phoenix first gained fame for his role in the film "Stand By Me" in 1986, and went on to appear in several other successful films throughout the late 1980s and early 1990s, including "Running on Empty," "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade," and "My Own Private Idaho." He was known for his intense and emotional performances, and was considered one of the most promising young actors of his generation.

In addition to acting, Phoenix was also a talented musician and formed the band Aleka's Attic with his sister Rain in the late 1980s. The band recorded several songs but never released a full album.

Phoenix was a committed activist and philanthropist, and was heavily involved in charities and environmental organizations throughout his life. He was a vegan and an advocate for animal rights, and was deeply committed to social justice causes.

Tragically, Phoenix died at the age of just 23 from a drug overdose outside of the nightclub The Viper Room in West Hollywood. His death was a shock to the entertainment industry and to his fans, who mourned the loss of such a talented and promising young actor and musician.

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Philip Seymour Hoffman

Philip Seymour Hoffman (July 23, 1967 Fairport-February 2, 2014 West Village) a.k.a. Philip S. Hoffman, Phil Hoffman, Philip Hoffman, Phil or Phillip Seymour Hoffman was an American actor, theatre director, film producer and voice actor. His children are called Cooper Alexander Hoffman, Willa Hoffman and Tallulah Hoffman.

Hoffman began his acting career in the theater, winning a Tony Award for his performance in the play "Long Day's Journey into Night" in 2003. He also directed and co-produced several off-Broadway plays, and served as artistic director of the Labyrinth Theater Company in New York City.

In film, Hoffman was known for his versatility and ability to portray complex characters. He received acclaim for his performances in movies such as "Capote" (for which he won an Academy Award for Best Actor), "The Master", "Doubt", and "Charlie Wilson's War". He also lent his voice to animated films like "Mary and Max" and "Kung Fu Panda".

Tragically, Hoffman passed away in 2014 at the age of 46 from a drug overdose. He had struggled with addiction for many years and had checked himself into rehab multiple times. His death was mourned by fans and fellow actors alike, who remembered him as a talented and dedicated artist.

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