Stanton starred in more than 200 films and worked with such Directors as WIM Wenders, Martin Scorsese and Francis Ford Coppola
Harry Dean Stentoft: Reuters
American actor Harry Dean Stanton, who starred in films by David Lynch, WIM Wenders, Martin Scorsese, Francis Ford Coppola, and others famous Directors, died on 92-m to year of life, informs on Saturday Agency Associated Press.
Stanton died in one of the medical centers of Los Angeles. According to his agent, the actor died “of natural causes”.
Since the 1950s, he starred in more than 200 films and television series. His last role he played that was released earlier this year on the screens of the third season of the cult American series “twin Peaks” Director David Lynch. Stanton also played in other films, such as “twin Peaks: Through the fire”, “Inland Empire”, “the straight story” and “Wild at heart”.
“Went great. He was loved by everyone, a lot of that. He was a great actor, even more than the great, and a great man,” commented the death of Lynch.
A statement from @DAVID_LYNCH on the passing of the great Harry Dean Stanton. #RIPHarryDeanStanton #TwinPeaks #Showtime pic.twitter.com/EmsO1zotsk
— Twin Peaks (@SHO_TwinPeaks) September 15, 2017
Wide known for his starring role in the film of German Director WIM Wenders “Paris, Texas”. The film was released in 1984 and received the “Palme d’or” at the Cannes film festival.
He also played roles in the films “the Last temptation of Christ” Martin Scorsese, “the Green mile” Frank Darabont, “the Godfather 2” and “From the heart” by Francis Ford Coppola, “Alien” Riddly Scott, “Escape from new York” and “Christine” John carpenter, “Fear and loathing in Las Vegas” Terry Gilliam and the film based on the Marvel comics “the Avengers”.