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The wholehearted actor who gained fame for the role of Flounder in 1978’s Animal House; dies at age 63 on Friday suffering from diabetes at his home in Moon Park, California north of Los Angeles.
Stephen two sons, Nathan, and Griffith Furst confirmed the News of Stephen Furst death news on actor’s Facebook Page. Similarly according to Nathan Furst
“ He was proudest of his family, and he felt blessed and incredibly privileged to have the career that he had and enjoyed,.”
Stephen married Lorraine, an entertainment lawyer in the year 1976. They had two sons; both are in the entertainment business.
His first son Nathan Furst is a television and film composer. His younger son, Griffith Furst is an actor, director, and musician. Stephen had two grandchildren. He has shown reluctance to his net worth income. We assume that he has garnered an enormous net worth in thousands.
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When the news of Stephen Furst death has hit the internet, it has walloped Hollywood. Many of them have given the tribute to the actor. They tweeted
RIP Stephen Furst pic.twitter.com/8Mp4sOs6r4
— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) June 18, 2017
I am heartbroken to learn of the passing of my friend Steven Furst. A kind heart , great talent and beautiful human being.
— Howie Mandel (@howiemandel) June 17, 2017
I just received news of the passing of another member of our #Babylon5 family. Stephen Furst "Vir Cotto," RIP, my friend.
— Bruce Boxleitner (@boxleitnerbruce) June 17, 2017
— Patricia Heaton (@PatriciaHeaton) June 18, 2017
American actor who is famous for flounder in ‘Animal House’ was active from 1975-2006. He was born on May 8, 1954, was an American Actor, and Director.
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He is mainly known as flounder for Animal House(1978), Dr. Elliot Axelrod in television series St. Elsewhere (1983-1988). Vir Cotto in Science fiction television series Babylon 5 (1994-1998). Harold in Midnight Madness (1980) and Junior in “The Unseen.”
In 1983, he appeared in supporting role as Aldo in the provocative ABC TV movie The Day After.