American actors died in Hodgkin's lymphoma

Here are 2 famous actors from United States of America died in Hodgkin's lymphoma:

Big John Studd

Big John Studd (February 19, 1948 Butler-March 20, 1995 Burke) also known as John Minton, John William Minton, Chuck O'Connor, John Minton Studd, John Studd, Captain USA, Executioner #2, Masked Superstar II or The Giant Studd was an American wrestler and actor. He had three children, John Minton Jr., Janelle Minton and Sean Minton.

Big John Studd was known for his towering height of 6’10” and his imposing size, weighing in at over 360 pounds. He had a successful wrestling career and was a two-time WWF World Tag Team Champion. Studd was known for his rivalry with Andre the Giant, which culminated in a body slam challenge at WrestleMania I.

In addition to his wrestling career, Studd had several acting roles, including in the TV show “The A-Team” and the movie “Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man.” Studd also appeared as a guest on the talk show “Donahue” to discuss his wrestling career and the physical demands of the sport.

Tragically, Studd passed away at the age of 47 due to liver cancer. After his death, he was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2004.

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Chuck Hayward

Chuck Hayward (January 20, 1920 Alliance-February 23, 1998 North Hollywood) also known as Charles B. Hayward, Charles Hayward or Chuck was an American actor and stunt performer.

He began his career as a stunt performer in the 1940s and later transitioned into acting. He appeared in over 150 television shows and films, including "Bonanza," "The A-Team," and "Hill Street Blues." Hayward was also a member of the Screen Actors Guild and served on its board of directors. In addition to his career in entertainment, he was a talented athlete and played professional football for the San Francisco 49ers in the 1940s. Hayward passed away in 1998 at the age of 78.

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