Movie Actor

Seymour Cassel – Cause of Death, Age, Date, and Facts

The movie actor Seymour Cassel passed away at age 84, 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 Seymour Cassel and more!

Biography - A Short Wiki

Accomplished film actor who became known to audiences for his role in the 1998 film, Rushmore. In 1968, he was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in Faces.

He began his career in productions by fellow-actor John Cassavetes.

In 2009, he appeared on the musical comedy show, Flight Of The Conchords.

How did Seymour Cassel die?

Seymour Cassel's death was caused by alzheimer's disease.

Cassel died on April 7, 2019, aged 84, of Alzheimer’s disease.

Information about the death of Seymour Cassel
Cause of deathAlzheimer's Disease
Age of death84 years
ProfessionMovie Actor
BirthdayJanuary 22, 1935
Death dateApril 7, 2019
Place of deathLos Angeles, California, United States
Place of burialN/A

Quotes by Seymour Cassel

"I always go in with the feeling that I'm gonna have a good time in what I'm doing. I entertain myself when I perform. If I do that, then I can see the other performers enjoying my character."

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"I was born in Detroit, then shortly after I was born, I went on the road with my mother, who performed with Minsky's, a variety show that toured around the U.S. doing five shows a day."

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"Shadows' wasn't so difficult to get made."

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"Many people came out and said, 'Boy I'd love to make a film that way.' Well, borrow some money, get some people together - you can get people to work for nothing, just treat them right, treat them as human beings, not stars, give them all an equal share, make them feel a part of what they're doing. There's no big secret to it."

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"The whole idea of a festival to me is that filmmakers get to interact. You see someone strolling, you get to meet them and tell them you like their work, you admire their story."

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