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Obituary: James Rebhorn, character actor, dies at 65

Washington Post - 23 Mar 2014
James Rebhorn, one of the busiest character actors in New York and Hollywood who specialized in flawed authority figures, including the bipolar father of a CIA agent in the Showtime series “Homeland,” died March 21 at his home in South Orange, N.J. He ...
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'Homeland' Actor James Rebhorn Wrote His Own Obituary

Hollywood Reporter - 24 Mar 2014
As Hollywood mourns James Rebhorn, who played the father of Claire Danes' character (troubled CIA officer Carrie Mathison) on the Showtime drama Homeland, the veteran character actor said farewell in his own words by writing his obituary himself ...
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Homeland Actor James Rebhorn Wrote His Own Obituary

TIME - 25 Mar 2014
Actor James Rebhorn — who had roles in Homeland, Meet The Parents, My Cousin Vinny and Independence Day — died on Friday at the age of 65, from melanoma. The veteran actor worked in show business for 50 years, with dozens of parts to his name, and he ...
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Out Damned Spot: What Actor James Rebhorn Says to Us

Huffington Post - 03 Apr 2014
Although Lady Macbeth says “out damned spot” probably to a blood stain she thinks she has on her hands, it's a more damned spot when it represents a malignant melanoma, the deadliest of skin cancers. Melanomas, usually associated with sun exposure, are ...
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James Rebhorn, in his own words

CNN - 26 Mar 2014
Before he died Friday, it seems, James Rebhorn wrote his own obituary. St. Paul's Lutheran Church of Jersey City, New Jersey, has shared a letter titled "His Life, According to Jim" that's signed by the actor and dated March 2014. According to the ...
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James Rebhorn Wrote His Own Obituary

Huffington Post - 25 Mar 2014
In a touching obituary he wrote for himself, actor James Rebhorn didn't spend much time talking about his career on stage and screen. Instead, he wrote of the mother who “taught him the value of good manners and courtesy,” the father who informed him ...
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Fear Itself: David Fincher's THE GAME At 20

Birth.Movies.Death. - 12 Sep 2017
In James Swallow's Dark Eye: The Films of David Fincher, the meticulous auteur is quoted as saying that The Game is about “loss of control. The purpose is to take your greatest fear, put it this close to your face and say 'There, you're still alive. It ...
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Read Actor James Rebhorn's Self-Written Obituary

Vulture - 25 Mar 2014
"James Robert Rebhorn was born on Sept. 1, 1948, in Philadelphia, PA. His mother, Ardell Frances Rebhorn, nee Hoch, loved him very much and supported all his dreams." As if it wasn't impressive enough to achieve show business success for decades ...
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James Rebhorn obituary

The Guardian - 24 Mar 2014
Anyone looking for an actor to play an unyielding martinet could hardly have done better over the last few decades than to cast James Rebhorn, who has died aged 65 after suffering from skin cancer. Poker-thin and poker-faced, this white-haired, crinkle ...
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Actor James Rebhorn Wrote His Own Heartwrenching Obituary

TV Guide - 25 Mar 2014
Actor James Rebhorn, who passed away at age 65 last week after a long battle with skin cancer, wrote his own obituary before he died. (Warning: don't read further unless you have a tissue handy.) "Jim was fortunate enough to earn his living doing what ...
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For 'Homeland' finale, a change of pace

Boston Globe - 22 Dec 2014
If the last few episodes of “Homeland” were on amphetamines, all pumped up and on the run, then Sunday night's loose, unhurried season finale was logy on Irish Whiskey — specifically the bottle that finally helped bring Carrie and Quinn into each ...
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The 13 Best Backdoor Finales in TV History

Paste Magazine - 25 May 2017
“Agent of Change,” which echoes the title former-executive-turned-mental-patient-turned-whistleblower Amy Jellicoe (Laura Dern) strives to earn, focuses on her confrontation with the CEO of the company that treated her like dirt (the late, great James ...

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