‘Seinfeld’ star Peter Crombie dies at 71

Peter Crombie, best known for his role as ‘Crazy Joe Davola’ in Seinfeld, He has supposedly died. He was 71 years old at the time of his death.

TMZ reports that according to his ex-wife, Nadine Kigner, the actor died on Wednesday, January 10 after a brief illness. No details have been released about his death. Speaking about his ex, Kigner stated: “He was the kindest, most loving and thoughtful man. He was loved by everyone, generous and never had anything bad to say about anyone.”

Crombie’s good friend Bill Stetz also told TMZ that the actor was “a gentle, loyal friend of soft words and expressive work as an actor and writer.”

Peter Crombie notably appeared as ‘Crazy Joe Davola’ in five episodes during the fourth season of the comedy series. He was known for terrorizing, harassing and even threatening the main character, Jerry. He also dated Elaine at some point.

With Seinfeld, Crombie also appeared in several well-known films such as My dog ​​jumps, the blob, and Se7en. On the small screen, he made appearances in NYPD Blue, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Walker, Texas Ranger, LA Law, and Law.

In addition to acting, Crombie also dedicated himself to writing. She wrote the 2006 short film. Limit. According to IMDb, the film follows a man who loses his daughter in an accidental shooting. He finds a way to make peace with himself and with the memory of his daughter. The film starred David Purdham, Allie McCulloch and Chad Nell.

In an incredibly sweet Instagram post, Peter Crombie’s ex-wife Nadine Kijner paid tribute to the deceased. Seinfeld actor.

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“It is with shock and extreme sadness that I share with you that my ex-husband died this morning,” Kijner wrote in a Jan. 10 post, which also featured photographers of her and the late actor at their wedding. “Thank you for so many wonderful memories and for being such a good man. Fly free to the limitless source of light, Peter. May your parents and Oliver receive you with love. Many people loved you because you were a kind, generous, caring and creative soul.”

Along with Kijner, the famous comedian Lewis Black dedicated himself to x (formerly Twitter) to say a special post dedicated to Peter Crombie. “I am heartbroken by the death of my good friend Peter Crombie,” Black wrote. “He was a talented artist. He was not only a wonderful actor but also an immensely talented writer. More importantly, he was as sweet as he was smart and I am a better person for knowing him.”

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Source: vcmp.edu.vn

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