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Philip Seymour Hoffman was found dead in his New York City apartment on Sunday. He was 46. Shortly after the news broke, Hoffman’s colleagues and friends shared their condolences and mourned his loss on Twitter. The critically acclaimed actor’s illustrious career spanned more than two decades and he won an Oscar for his title role performance Capote. He also garnered two Tony nominations for his performances on stage. He was also nominated for three additional Oscars for his revered work in The Master, Doubt and Charlie Wilson’s War.

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