Canadian actors who died due to Lymphoma

Here are 3 famous actors from Canada died in Lymphoma:

Brian Linehan

Brian Linehan (September 3, 1944 Hamilton-June 4, 2004 Toronto) also known as The Charlie Rose of Canada, Brian Richard Linehan or Brock Linehan was a Canadian actor and film producer.

He was best known, however, for his work as a television host and celebrity interviewer. Linehan hosted several popular Canadian TV programs, including City Lights and the Gemini Award-winning program, The Brian Linehan Show. He was renowned for his insightful and engaging interviews with some of the biggest names in show business, including Martin Scorsese, Elizabeth Taylor, and Bette Davis. In addition to his successful television career, Linehan also wrote for several Canadian magazines and newspapers, including Maclean's and The Toronto Star. Throughout his career, he earned numerous accolades, including induction into the Order of Canada in 1996. Linehan passed away in 2004 at the age of 59, leaving behind a lasting legacy as one of Canada's most beloved and respected media personalities.

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Stu Nahan

Stu Nahan (June 23, 1926 Los Angeles-December 26, 2007 Studio City) was a Canadian journalist, sports commentator, actor and newscaster. His children are called Kathleen Nahan, Mick Nahan, K.C. Nahan and Marcie Nahan.

Nahan began working in journalism in the 1940s, eventually landing a job as a sportswriter for the Los Angeles Examiner. He spent over a decade covering sports and later transitioned to sports announcing. Nahan is perhaps best known for his role as the boxing commentator in the Rocky movie franchise, a role that he reprised in each film. In addition to his work as a journalist and commentator, Nahan also appeared in numerous films and television shows. Some of his acting credits include appearances in CHiPs, Seinfeld, and Cheers. Nahan has been inducted into both the Southern California Sports Broadcasters Hall of Fame and the World Boxing Hall of Fame.

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Paul Massie

Paul Massie (July 7, 1932 St. Catharines-June 8, 2011 Liverpool) also known as Arthur Dickinson Massé was a Canadian actor.

He began his acting career on stage in Canada, performing in various theater productions. In 1959, Massie made his film debut in the British thriller film, "The Two Faces of Dr. Jekyll," where he played the dual role of the good-hearted Dr. Henry Jekyll and his sinister alter ego, Mr. Hyde. His performance in the film earned him critical acclaim and established him as a rising star in the film industry.

Massie went on to appear in several other films throughout his career, including "Floods of Fear" (1958), "The Trials of Oscar Wilde" (1960), and "Red Roses for Me" (1965). He also worked extensively in television, appearing in popular shows such as "The Avengers," "The Saint," and "The Prisoner."

In addition to his acting career, Massie was also a talented writer and painter. He published a collection of poems titled "Cages" in 1966 and held several exhibitions of his artwork throughout Europe.

Throughout his life, Massie maintained his Canadian roots and returned to his hometown of St. Catharines on several occasions. He passed away in Liverpool in 2011 at the age of 78.

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