Philip Seymour Hoffman, the Oscar-winning American actor died
Oscar-winning American actor, Philip Seymour Hoffman died on 2 February 2014 at his flat in New York at the age of 46.
Philip Seymour Hoffman, the Oscar-winning American actor died on 2 February 2014 at his flat in New York at the age of 46. As per the police of the country, the death happened due to overdose of drugs. He is survived by his three children along with his partner Mimi O'Donnell.
Hoffman has over 60 films, which are credited to his name, few of those includes, The Master, Boogie Nights, the Big Lebowski and Mission Impossible III.
About Philip Seymour Hoffman
• Philip Seymour Hoffman won the Oscar award as the best actor for his 2005 portrayal of writer Truman Capote in the film Capote
• In 2010, he debuted in film direction with the New York-set Jack Goes Boating, in which he also starred
• Latest, he played a role in the Hunger Games series of films.
• He was also nominated for Tony Awards for his works in theater