American actors died in Lung Infection

Here are 2 famous actors from United States of America died in Lung Infection:

George Furth

George Furth (December 14, 1932 Chicago-August 11, 2008 Santa Monica) also known as George Schweinfurth was an American actor, playwright, writer, screenwriter and librettist.

He is best known for his collaborations with composer Stephen Sondheim on the musicals "Company", "Merrily We Roll Along", and "Sunday in the Park with George". Furth began his career as an actor, appearing in films such as "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid" and "Blazing Saddles". However, he soon turned to playwriting and wrote several successful plays, including "Twigs" and "The Supporting Cast". He later worked as a screenwriter, writing films such as "The Secret of My Success" and "My Best Friend's Wedding". Furth was also a talented librettist and wrote the books for many musicals, including "Getting Away with Murder" and "The Act". He was nominated for Tony Awards for his work on "Company" and "Twigs". Despite his success in the entertainment industry, Furth remained a private person and rarely gave interviews.

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Theodore J. Flicker

Theodore J. Flicker (June 6, 1930 Freehold Borough-September 12, 2014 Santa Fe) also known as Theodore Flicker, Ted Flicker, Ted or Theodore Jonas Flicker was an American screenwriter, film director, actor, playwright, sculptor, theatrical producer, author and television director.

He was best known for co-creating and directing the satirical comedy sketch series "The National Lampoon Radio Hour" and was a founding member of the improvisational comedy group "The Compass Players," which later became "The Second City." Flicker also directed several films, including the cult classic "The President's Analyst" and the comedy "The Troublemaker." Additionally, he wrote several television shows, such as "Barney Miller," "The Love Boat," and "The Bob Newhart Show." In his later years, Flicker pursued sculpting and his works have been displayed at several art galleries. He passed away due to a heart attack at the age of 84 in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

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