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- December 29, 2008
- Vol. 70
- No. 26
Friends and Costars Bid a Fond Farewell to the Legendary Stars Who Passed on in 2008
"Paul Newman meant so much to me in so many different ways—as a star, a true star; as a great modern actor, an artist who spent his life honing and refining his craft to the point where he achieved a rare level of mastery; and as a friend. I feel privileged to have had the chance to work with him and to get to know him."
Suzanne Pleshette, 70
"There were several Suzies. The comic. The dramatic actress. And what a voice! Never again will I work with an actress whose voice is deeper than mine!"
Heath Ledger, 28
"Heath was magnetic. He was loved by everybody on the set. It's not all the time that the crews are interested in what's going on, but Heath was electric—we all watched him. It was amazing to see. People were in awe of Heath."
—Ledger's The Dark Knight costar Aaron Eckhart
85, PINUP MODEL
64, CHESS PLAYER
49, SON OF MARLON
86, FASHION CRITIC
53, BUSH PRESS SEC'Y
Yves Saint Laurent
Sunny von Bülow
40, FIGURE SKATER
David Foster Wallace
Arthur C. Clarke
William F. Buckley
68, VOICE ACTOR
Charlton Heston, 84
"He was this enormous presence. This incredibly vital, huge man with this booming voice. And whatever his politics, he was a very fair man."
—ACTOR ROBERT VAUGHN
BERNIE MAC, 50
"I used to call him the Ambassador of Goodwill because everybody liked him and he was kind to everyone."
—Mac's Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle costar Drew Barrymore
TIM RUSSERT, 58
"He was Everyman. When he sat down at that desk he made politics exciting and understandable to people. He was not just another blow-dried figure. He was the kind of guy people would look at and think, 'I'd like to have a beer with him.'"
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