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‘A Wonderful Actor and Person’

arrives on the premiere of FilmDistrict’s “Olympus Has Fallen” at ArcLight Cinemas Cinerama Dome on March 18, 2013 in Hollywood, California.

Celebrity followers and associates of Robert Forster got here out in droves to pay tribute to the “Jackie Brown” and “Twin Peaks” actor, who died Friday from mind most cancers.

Filmmaker Quentin Tarantino, who directed Forster in his Academy Award-nominated function as bail bondsman Max Cherry in “Jackie Brown,” launched a press release, saying casting him in that movie “was one of the best choices I’ve ever made in my life.”

“Today the world is left with one less gentlemen,” Tarantino’s assertion reads. “One less square shooter. One less good man. One less wonderful father. One less marvelous actor. I remember all the breakfasts we had at silver spoons. All the stories. All the kind words. All the support. Casting Robert Forster in Jackie Brown was one of the best choices I’ve ever made in my life. I will miss you dearly my old friend. Bye bye Max. Bye bye Miles. Bye bye Bob.”

Forster, who died Friday in his Los Angeles house, made his first impression on Hollywood viewers in 1967 with John Huston’s “Reflections in a Golden Eye,” starring Marlon Brando and Elizabeth Taylor. In the years that adopted, Forster had roles in movies like “The Lady in Red,” “The Black Hole” and “Delta Force,” but it surely was Quentin Tarantino’s “Jackie Brown” that gave his profession a lift… and an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actor. Forster went on to star as Sheriff Frank Truman on “Twin Peaks” and may at the moment be seen in “El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie” on Netflix.

“El Camino” star Aaron Paul tweeted that he was heartbroken to listen to of Forster’s passing, calling him a “beautiful man” and “a true gentleman.”

Forster’s “Breaking Bad” costar Bryan Cranston additionally weighed in, recalling the primary time they labored collectively 4 many years in the past.

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