Larry Hagman

1931-2012 (Age 81)


Actor Larry Hagman, the North Texas native who played the conniving and mischievous J.R. Ewing on the TV show Dallas, died Friday at a Dallas hospital. He was 81.Hagman died at 4:20 p.m. Friday, Nov. 23 at Medical City Dallas Hospital from complications of his recent battle with cancer, members...

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I cannot thank you enough for the countless hours of entertainment you brought to my life. I think you were the greatest dramatic actor in an evening non episodic continuing drama. You were accomplished in the comedic genre as well. I look at the Dallas DVDs often. You should have been given a lifetime achievement Emmy for your excellent body of work. R.I. P. with Maj in eternal bliss.

Dear Larry. Hagman , may your. Soul rest in peace I will miss you dearly , with all my heart. . You have been like a very special member of my family and , you have been such . An. Awesome actor on Your shows and , I will.never forget you not a day that I think of you and your family. .

May he rest in peace. He was one of my favorite actors of all time who kept me entertained dating back from my early childhood to adulthood. My sincerest condolences to his family.

Thank you for your stunning performance as "Buck" the Russian translator in director Sidney Lumet's "Failsafe" (1964). It was your first screen portrayal, well deserving of an Oscar for best supporting along with Walter Matthau. You and Fonda played off your lines and emotions as if you both had been born for your roles. May you now collect those long overdue accolades in that better place.

Thoughts and prayers to Larry's loved ones. he was one of the greatest actors of all time. I Dream of Jeannie and Dallas are classic shows because of him.

Thinking of you Larry, an accomplished actor in his own right. We were blessed over and over with one's acting skills on I DREAM OF JEANIE and DALLAS. Millions of fans are missing you since you've been gone. PRAYERS and BlESSINGS ..............RIP

Never forgotten, Rest in Peace sir.