Ron Leibman, 'Angels in America' and 'Friends' actor, dead at 82
Added 12-06-19 10:20:02pm EST - “Ron Leibman --? who was known for? his Tony award-winning performance in "Angels in America: Millennium Approaches"? and his roles in "Norma Rae"? and "Friends"? -- died on Friday, Fox News confirmed. He was 82.” - Foxnews.com
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Ron Leibman -- who was known for his Tony award-winning performance in "Angels in America: Millennium Approaches" and his roles in "Norma Rae" and "Friends" -- died on Friday, Fox News confirmed. He was 82.
The actor's rep, Robert Attermann, CEO of Abrams Artists Agency, told Fox News in a statement: “We at Abrams Artists Agency are saddened to hear the news of Ron’s passing. Ron was an incredibly talented actor with a distinguished career in film, TV and theater. Our thoughts go out to his wife, Jessica, and his family."
According to Variety, the New York native broke into the acting business in 1956 with the soap opera "The Edge of Night."
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