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Clip of Charles Grodin demolishing ‘fascist’ Sean Hannity in 2009 interview resurfaces after his death

A series of wild interview clips of Charles Grodin roasting Sean Hannity, including one in which he calls the American commentator a right-wing fascist, has resurfaced after the comedy legend died on Tuesday at the age of 86.An interview on Fox News in 2009 features the beloved actor asking Mr Hannity about how much mascara he had on, to which, he responded: “None”.“Because I asked for it and they said, ‘We’ve given it all to Sean,’” said Grodin. He went on to ask Mr Hannity whether he was dating conservative commentator Ann Coulter.“No, I’m happily married. I’ve been married...
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Robert De Niro pays tribute to Charles Grodin following Midnight Run co-star’s death

Robert De Niro has paid tribute to his Midnight Run co-star Charles Grodin.On Tuesday (18 May), Grodin died of bone marrow cancer, aged 86.The news, which was announced by his son, prompted an outpouring of love for the actor, whose credits included The Heartbreak Kid, Heaven Can Wait and the first two Beethoven films.De Niro, who starred opposite Grodin in the 1988 comedy Midnight Run, was one such star to pay tribute.In a statement, the actor said: “Chuck was as good a person as he was an actor. Midnight Run was a great project to work on, and Chuck made...
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Charles Grodin obituary

The actor Charles Grodin, who has died aged 86, was never really a star, though he might have been, had he not turned down the lead in The Graduate. He was also too well-defined a presence to slip between roles without bringing his own baggage along. He cultivated a persona through which resentment and superiority were conveyed with calm understatement. Grodin would seem urbane at first, but the joke lay in how quietly rattled and rancorous he would then become. His gaze was flat and pitiless, his mouth a straight horizontal line. When a smile did come, it was impatient or insincere. He never looked impressed.
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Roundup: RIP Charles Grodin; Andrew Giulani Running For New York Governor; Derek Jeter Documentary Coming to ESPN

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Actor Charles Grodin dies at 86

May 18 (UPI) -- Actor, writer and talk show host Charles Grodin died Tuesday at age 86. Grodin had been battling bone marrow cancer. Grodin's son, Nicholas, told both The New York Times and TMZ of his father's death. Grodin died in his Wilton, Conn., home surrounded by wife Elissa and their family.

Charles Grodin, Actor, Author, and Talk Show Host, Dies at 86

Charles Grodin, the droll comic actor who became an invaluable late-night guest — and eventually a talk-show host in his own right — died Tuesday at his Wilton, Connecticut, home, The New York Times reports. Grodin, who had been battling bone marrow cancer according to his son, Nicholas, celebrated his...
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Charles Grodin, 'Midnight Run,' 'Heartbreak Kid,' star, dies

Charles Grodin, the offbeat actor and writer who scored as a newlywed cad in “The Heartbreak Kid” and the father in the “Beethoven” comedies, has died. He was 86. Grodin's son Nicholas said his father died Tuesday at his home in Wilton, Conn. from bone marrow cancer. Grodin appeared in...