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Another way-too-young death. cry



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Verne posted this to Tesla's website three months ago.

https://gfycat.com/TangibleGracefulBufeo



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He took that tiny car out on the street?  No license tag, either. blankstare



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A very talented man. Yes gone too soon.cry



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Enchanted_Unicorn wrote:

A very talented man.


 Was he really? Sad that he's died, but I wouldn't call him very talented by any stretch of the imagination.



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JamesKPolk wrote:
Enchanted_Unicorn wrote:

A very talented man.


 Was he really? Sad that he's died, but I wouldn't call him very talented by any stretch of the imagination.


The dwarf thing kind of limited his options but he seemed to dive into the parts he did get.



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nytram wrote:
JamesKPolk wrote:
Enchanted_Unicorn wrote:

A very talented man.


 Was he really? Sad that he's died, but I wouldn't call him very talented by any stretch of the imagination.


The dwarf thing kind of limited his options but he seemed to dive into the parts he did get.


 Perhaps everyone here is thinking of Peter Dinklage instead? He's a very respected dwarf actor who has won awards and is in many high quality productions. Being a dwarf has not limited his options in any way. https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0227759/

As I said, this man's death is sad, but he was not a great actor and the parts he took were not the pinnacle of entertainment. He was most known for his role in Austin Powers in the 90's and had done nothing of note since then. https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0873942/



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Let's not forget Ted Cassidy, Verne's size-wise opposite.  I loved all The Addams Family t.v. characters, especially Lurch. smile



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