Ed Asner passes away at 91

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BROTHERFOSTER

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Great actor. My first exposure was in the 1976 mini series Rich Man, Poor Man as Nick Nolte's brash father. Excellent performance among many.

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joberg

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One of my girlfriend, living in Montreal at the time and big Canadian Hockey fan, met Ed in a bar somewhere in Plattsburgh, NY...long story short; they talked until one in the morning about hockey! Lo and behold he was a big fan and could quote stats, names, teams, dates, etc...
Great guy and great actor; he will be missed:(
 

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