James Rebhorn - who died last week - wrote his own obituary before he passed away.
James Rebhorn wrote his own obituary before he died.
The 'Homeland' actor passed away on Friday (21.03.14) aged 65 following a lengthy battle with skin cancer, and wrote a touching piece in which he paid tribute to his late parents, wife Becky and their daughters Hannah and Emma at some point during his final days.
The full piece was first posted on the website for his church, St. Paul Lutheran Church in Jersey City, New Jersey and praised his parents for giving him ''faith and wisely [encouraging] him to stay in touch with God.''
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James Rebhorn is being remembered in the TV and movie worlds.
Actor James Rebhorn, best known for playing Carrie Mathison's father on 'Homeland,' has died aged 65. Rebhorn was diagnosed with melanoma in 1992 though continued to work until last month.
James Rebhorn Has Died
His agent Dianne Busch told the Hollywood Reporter that Rebhorn died at his home in South Orange, New Jersey.
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Late actor James Rebhorn penned his own obituary before his death last Friday (21Mar14).
The veteran character actor, known for his roles in Scent of a Woman and Tv drama Homeland, died at the age of 65 at his home in New Jersey after a long battle with melanoma, and knowing the disease would take over his life, Rebhorn wrote an emotional and heartfelt obituary for himself, which was posted on the website for St. Paul Lutheran Church in Jersey City, New Jersey, where the actor was a member.
Titled His Life, According to Jim, the piece reads: "James Robert Rebhorn was born on Sept. 1, 1948, in Philadelphia, Pa (Pennsylvania). His mother, Ardell Frances Rebhorn, nee Hoch, loved him very much and supported all his dreams. She taught him the value of good manners and courtesy, and that hospitality is no small thing.
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Rebhorn is survived by his wife Rebecca Linn and two daughters.
James Rebhorn’s contemporaries and peers have been paying tribute following the Homeland actor’s death. He died at the age of 65 at his home on March 21, 2014, after a long battle with melanoma, which he had been diagnosed with in 1992.
James Rebhorn died in his New Jersey home
The celebrated actor’s career spanned 5 decades and included film roles in My Cousin Vinny, Carlito's Way, Basic Instinct, Independence Day and Meet the Parents, while most recently, he was known for his role in the hit U.S drama, Homeland, which forged a strong following in the U.K on Channel 4. He played Frank Mathison, the father of Claire Danes' CIA officer Carrie Mathison.
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James Rebhorn was a talented character actor.
James Rebhorn, the character actor who was first diagnosed with melanoma in 1992 though fought it for over two decades, has died aged 65. The actor who played the father of Claire Danes' CIA officer Carrie Mathison on Homeland, passed away on Friday, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
James Rebhorn has sadly passed away
"He died from melanoma, which had been diagnosed in 1992," his agent Dianne Busch stated. "He fought it all this time. He died Friday afternoon at his home in New Jersey, where he had been receiving hospice care for a week and a half."
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The late actor had been suffering from Melanoma since 1992.
James Rebhorn, who has appeared in over 100 films, television shows and stage productions, has died aged 65.
The late actor was last seen playing the father of CIA officer Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes) on 'Homeland'.
Rebhorn passed away on Friday (March 21st) in his home due to suffering from skin cancer.
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In the near future, Charlie (Jackman) is an ex-boxer who now controls massive robots that have taken over the sport. A stubborn failure buried in debt, he has no interest in his 11-year-old son Max (Goyo), whose mother has just died, but agrees to care for him until his rich aunt and uncle (Davis and Rebhorn) return from holiday. But Max is far more savvy with robots than his dad. And with the help of Dad's lovelorn pal Bailey (Lilly), Max defies Charlie's expectations with his scrapheap robot Atom.
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Smart, sharp political satire it's not. But Chris Rock's "Head of State" -- the comedian's directorial debut in which he plays a black man running for president -- mixes a few stinging zingers into its generally crowd-pleasing brand of snickers and knee-slappers.
When asked if he'll step in for the Democratic candidate who died when his plane and his running mate's plane "crashed into each other over Virginia," Mays Gilliam (Rock), a Washington, D.C. alderman, has a split-second flash forward to being shot at his inaugural address before even finishing the line "My fellow Americans..." But he accepts the nomination anyway.
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Date of birth
1st September, 1948
Date of death
21st March, 2014
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