American actors died in Coronary artery disease

Here are 2 famous actors from United States of America died in Coronary artery disease:

Richard Kiel

Richard Kiel (September 13, 1939 Detroit-September 10, 2014 Fresno) a.k.a. Richard Dawson Kiel, Richard Keil or Dick Kiel was an American actor, salesperson, teacher, author, security guard and voice actor. He had four children, Richard George Kiel, Jennifer Kiel, Bennett Kiel and Christopher Kiel.

Richard Kiel was best known for his role as the villain Jaws in the James Bond films "The Spy Who Loved Me" and "Moonraker". He was 7 feet 2 inches tall and his unusual height led to his early career as a door-to-door salesman of kitchen gadgets. He also worked as a bouncer and security guard before transitioning to acting. In addition to his Bond film work, he appeared in other movies such as "Happy Gilmore", "Silver Streak", and "Cannonball Run II". He also made numerous television appearances on shows such as "The Wild Wild West", "The Twilight Zone", and "The A-Team". Outside of acting, Kiel wrote a book about his experiences playing Jaws in the Bond films titled "Making it Big in the Movies". He also worked as a voice actor in various animated shows, including "Disney's Tangled". Kiel was married twice in his life and was a devout Christian. He passed away in 2014 at the age of 74 from a heart attack.

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Joe Hyams

Joe Hyams (June 6, 1923 Cambridge-November 8, 2008 Denver) otherwise known as Joseph Hyams was an American actor, writer, screenwriter, journalist, syndicated columnist and author. His children are called Jay Hyams, Beverly Hyams, Dianne Hyams and Chris Hyams.

Throughout his career, Joe Hyams had a diverse range of accomplishments. He began his career as an actor, appearing in films such as "Sword in the Desert" and "Unchained". Later, he transitioned into writing and screenwriting, working on scripts for "Beneath the Planet of the Apes" and "Hanover Street".

Hyams was also a well-respected journalist and syndicated columnist, with articles appearing in publications such as The New York Times and The Los Angeles Times. He wrote several books throughout his career, including "Zen in the Martial Arts" and "Judo: The Gentle Way".

Hyams' work was heavily influenced by Zen Buddhism, which he studied under the renowned Zen Master, Takuan Soho. He often incorporated Zen principles into his writing and teachings, even publishing several books on the subject.

In his personal life, Hyams was the father of four children and was married twice. He passed away in 2008 in Denver, Colorado at the age of 85.

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