John Candy( Actor)
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Biography John Candy
Candy (Candy) John (31. 10. 1950 - 04. 03. 1994), American actor of Canadian origin.
After college, where he studied journalism and acting, Candy began to act in television shows, for participation in which twice won Emmy. The first significant work of the actor in the film became a film '1941 '(1979), . Candy then demonstrated an extraordinary gift of a comic book movie 'Blues Brothers' (1980), . 'Splash' (1984), . 'Brewster's Millions' (1985), . 'Armed and dangerous' (1986), . 'By Air, . train, . car '(1987).,
. Fat-spoon in the performance Candy is not only ridiculous, but also touching, sweet, kind
. Actor terrific to work with partners, in a duet with him were the leading comedians in Hollywood. Candy has achieved real success in the late 80-ies: 'Who's Harry KrambN' (1989, . where he made and as a producer), . 'Uncle Buck' (1989), . 'Understands only the lonely' (1990), . 'Nothing but Trouble' (1991), . 'Once Upon a Crime' (1992), . 'Van in the East' (1994),
. John Candy died, as a true actor on the set.