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Charles Durning – Cause of Death, Date of Death, Age at Death

The actor Charles Durning passed away at age 89, this age of death has to be considered impressive. What was the cause of death? Below is all you want to know regarding the death of Charles Durning and more!

Biography - A Short Wiki

Charles Durning was an actor who had over 200 credits in movies, television shows, and plays. Charles Durning had a net worth of $5 million at the time of his death. He is best known for his performances in such films as “Dog Day Afternoon,” “The Sting,” “Tootsie,” “Dick Tracy,” “The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas,” and “To Be or Not to Be,” the latter two of which earned him Academy Award nominations. Before acting, Durning served in World War II.

How did Charles Durning die?

Charles Durning's death was caused by natural causes.

Information about the death of Charles Durning
Cause of deathNatural Causes
Age of death89 years
ProfessionActor, Dancer, Soldier, Teacher, Voice Actor
BirthdayFebruary 28, 1923
Death dateDecember 24, 2012
Place of deathManhattan, New York, United States
Place of burialArlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia, United States

Quotes by Charles Durning

"I think I've done 200 plays and 125 movies, so I've been very lucky to have made a living at acting."

Charles DurningHow did Charles Durning die cause of death

"Of course, I'm not often the top dog, but sometimes it's better not to be top dog, because you last longer. If a movie or play flops, you always blame the lead. They say, 'He couldn't carry it.' They always blame him. But they rarely blame the second or third banana."

Charles DurningHow did Charles Durning die cause of death

"I can't count how many of my friends are in the cemetery at Normandy, the heroes are still there, the real heroes."

Charles DurningHow did Charles Durning die cause of death

"There are many secrets in us, in the depths of our souls, that we don't want anyone to know about."

Charles DurningHow did Charles Durning die cause of death

"I would rather do a play because it's instantaneous. You go on the stage, and you know whether it's happening or not. Somebody asked me 'What is acting?' And I said, 'Acting is listening.' And if you ain't listening, nobody's listening."

Charles DurningHow did Charles Durning die cause of death