Mark-Blum-Obituary

Mark Blum

Age 69

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DIED
March 26, 2020
AGE
69

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Mark Blum was a longtime actor who starred in the movie "Desperately Seeking Susan." For full obituary and coverage from Legacy.com, click here.

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I was a former neighbor of Marks parents My heartfelt condolences to the Blum family.

I am so very sorry and sad to hear about Mark. Mark was one of my first acting teachers. I met him at Camp Usdan when I was teenager in 1978. It was so exciting for me to see him in plays while I was in high school: Say Goodnight, Gracie, Table Settings, Key Exchange. Since then, over the years, I would periodically get a call from my mom: Marks on TV! My sincere condolences to Marks family.

You gave great pleasure to those of us who enjoyed your acting. Your films were always better for your participation.

My heartfelt condolences to the loved ones of Mark Blum. We, his fans, are so thankful for his talented, varied, and successful acting career. May the peace of God comfort and sustain you assured that he is no longer suffering but is now in God's memory.

To Mr Blum's family Im so sorry that this invisible enemy has entered into your lives and took your dear love one from you. I offer my sincere sympathy. May God grant you peace and comfort.

He was hilarious in Crocodile Dundee. I remember him cracking jokes and then Hogan gave him a punch to the jaw. That was great comedy. He will be missed.

I want to send my condolences to the entire family of Mark Blum. I grew up in Maplewood, N.J. I remember like it was yesterday playing tackle football in Mark's backyard when we were both in our teens. I also want the family to know that I continued to follow his career and was proud of all that he accomplished.

Sorry to see this. ESPECIALLY THE CAUSE. I always enjoyed Mark's characters. He was A FINE actor.......... creator of a character........ He was three years younger than I........ WAY TOO SOON to GO ! May He be Resting IN Peace.