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Patton Oswalt Shares Young Daughter's Words After Wife's Sudden Death: 'When Your Mom Dies, You're the Best Memory of Her'
Originally posted 05/01/2016 11:05AM
On Sunday, comedian Patton Oswalt shared some very wise – and heartbreaking – words of wisdom from his 7-year-old daughter, Alice, about the sudden death of her mom, and Oswalt's wife, Michelle McNamara.
Patton Oswalt Remembers Late Wife Michelle McNamara: '13 Years in Her Presence Was Happily Humbling'
Originally posted 04/29/2016 12:15PM
Patton Oswalt is remembering his late wife Michelle McNamara, who died in her sleep April 21 at age 46.
Originally posted 04/22/2016 08:15PM
Michelle McNamara, the crime writer and wife of comedian Patton Oswalt, has died, Oswalt's publicist confirms to PEOPLE. She was 46.
Olivia Munn Steals Jennifer Lawrence's Lines, Michael Fassbender Gets 'Too Method' During The Big Lebowski Live Table Read
Originally posted 07/25/2015 02:25PM
Jennifer Lawrence brought her signature brand of humor to a live reading of the 1998 cult classic The Big Lebowski on Friday, but she nearly didn't get to read her lines thanks to a flub by Olivia Munn.
Originally posted 05/21/2015 07:55AM
"If you have ever liked any silly or stupid thing that I've done on TV over the 22 years, you must know that it probably never, never would have happened if it weren't for Dave," O'Brien said. "We will not see a man of his talents and comedic integrity again in our lifetimes," he added.
Originally posted 04/01/2015 09:20PM
Originally posted 03/02/2014 04:00PM
Originally posted 08/21/2013 12:30PM
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Originally posted 04/15/2013 09:30PM
A comedian and writer known for his TV role on The King of Queens and in films including Young Adult and Ratatouille, Patton Oswalt got serious alongside most of those reacting to the bombings at the Boston Marathon Monday afternoon.
He refused to limit himself to just 140 characters on Twitter, where he quoted Mister Rogers on what he was told to do when bad things happen. The hopeful message has inspired thousands of retweets and favorites.
"Look for the helpers. You'll always find people who are helping. -- Fred Rogers, on what to do when scary things are on the news," he wrote on Twitter.
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