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    New Yorkers React to Actor Hoffman's Deathi
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    February 04, 2014 3:49 AM
    Philip Seymour Hoffman, the award-winning actor who died Sunday of an apparent heroin overdose in Manhattan, is being mourned by members of the Broadway and Hollywood communities, as well as by fellow New Yorkers in his Greenwich Village neighborhood. VOA's Adam Phillips reports on the impact of Hoffman's untimely death at 46, and on the substance abuse that ultimately claimed his life.

    New Yorkers React to Actor Hoffman's Death

    Published February 03, 2014

    Philip Seymour Hoffman, the award-winning actor who died Sunday of an apparent heroin overdose in Manhattan, is being mourned by members of the Broadway and Hollywood communities, as well as by fellow New Yorkers in his Greenwich Village neighborhood. VOA's Adam Phillips reports on the impact of Hoffman's untimely death at 46, and on the substance abuse that ultimately claimed his life.


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