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Veteran Actor Donald Sutherland Dies At 88

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Donald Sutherland, the enigmatic Canadian actor whose lengthy career encompassed films including “The Dirty Dozen” and “The Hunger Games,” has died aged, 88.
The elder Sutherland had a distinctive look and piercing eyes that brought a depth and mystery to the huge range of roles he essayed over half a century on the big screen.
He played dashing leading men as well as antiheroes and villains, most recently making a name among a new generation of fans as the evil President Snow in “The Hunger Games” franchise.
The sophisticated satire on the Vietnam War, in which he was cast opposite Elliott Gould, turned Sutherland into a household name in 1970s America, and opened the door to a durable career that would see him work with some of the biggest names in show business.

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