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    “He Loved What He Did And Did What He Loved”: Kiefer Sutherland Pens Emotional Goodbye For His Father And Legendary Actor Donald Sutherland

    Hollywood has suffered another huge loss as veteran actor Donald Sutherland has passed away at the age of 88. The actor, mostly known for his roles in films like KluteKelly’s Heroes, Don’t Look NowOrdinary People1900The Hunger Games series and Ad Astra had a long and successful career of six decades.

    He leaves behind his wife Francine Racette; sons Roeg, Rossif, Angus and Kiefer; daughter Rachel; and four grandchildren. His son, actor Kiefer Sutherland penned an emotional note for his father’s death, along with many others who had the honour to work with and know him. Read on to read more.

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    Kiefer Sutherland Pays Heartfelt Homage To Donald Sutherland

    Kiefer and Donald Sutherland
    Kiefer and Donald Sutherland

    Donald Sutherland’s death is being met with shock and grief from fans as well as an outpour of love and support from his co workers as tributes are filling in from everywhere. Kiefer Sutherland, his son, made the announcement of his passing on social media. Mr. Sutherland talent agency, CAA, announced that he had passed away in a hospital following an undisclosed “long illness.”

    His son writes, “With a heavy heart, I tell you that my father, Donald Sutherland, has passed away. I personally think one of the most important actors in the history of film. Never daunted by a role, good, bad or ugly. He loved what he did and did what he loved, and one can never ask for more than that. A life well lived.”

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    Tributes Pour In For Donald Sutherland

    Donald Sutherland
    Donald Sutherland

    Tributes from all his co workers, specially the people he has worked with on ‘Hunger Games’ are flooding in.

    Gary Ross, director of the first ‘Hunger Games‘ film, told THR in a statement of Sutherland: “Donald. He was just so wonderful. Kind, gracious, and thoughtful–and so well read. He had Prufrock memorized, and he’d give me sections of it, out loud, like a book on tape. More than anything there was this loving enthusiasm for the work. It wasn’t enough to do just do the job–he had to feel the job and he wanted you to feel it all with him in every second.”

    Nina Jacobson, producer of ‘Hunger Games’ said, “Snow has fallen and we couldn’t be more heartbroken. Donald Sutherland was a gentleman, a thinker and a master of his craft. We have lost one of the true reigning greats of our industry. Our hearts go out to his family and his legion of fans around the world.”

    Sutherland’s memoir, ‘Made Up, But Still True’ is set to come out this November.

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