Mark Blum Corona19 died of complications. 69 years old

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American veteran actor Mark Blum has died of complications of coronavirus.
The death of Mark Blum was announced by the off-Broadway theatre company PlaywrightsHorizons:
“I will always remember him as a talented actor, a teacher, a loyal friend, and a beautiful human being,” said Rebecca Damon, deputy director of the American actor broadcaster, “and he always tried to tell the truth and to inform our union whenever there was a chance.”
Playlight Horizons said to the official SNS, “I pay tribute to Mark Blum, a precious friend and perfect artist, with love and heavy heart. I am grateful for what you have brought to our theaters, and even to the theaters and audiences around the world. I will miss you. ”
Fellow actor Madonna posted a picture on his SNS when he was breathing with Mark Blum, and posted a memorial saying that his death was tragic and he remembered him as a pleasant and warm person.
In addition, many colleagues and fans are also posting a memorial to Mark Blum.
He was born in 1950 in Newark, New Jersey.
In 1968, he graduated from Pennsylvania University from Columbia High School in Maple Wood, New Jersey.
Blum began his career as an actor in 1970.
 
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Worth Winning(1989), Emma and Elvis(1993), Miami Rhapsody(1995), The Low Life(1995), Denise Calls Up(1995), Sudden Manhattan(1996), Stag(1997), You Can Thank Me Later(1998),           Down to You(2000), Shattered Glass(2003), The Warrior Class(2007), Step Up 3D(2010), The Green(2011), I Don’t Know How She Does It(2011), Blumenthal(2013), How He Fell in Love(2015), No Pay, Nudity(2016), Coin Heist(2017), Love Is Blind(2019)

Mark Blum

The TV series co-starred in the 1987 Sweet Surrender.
He also appeared in Capital News in 1990, Frasier in 1997, and NYPDBlue in 1999.
He appeared in Mozart in Jungle from 2014 to 2018.
Blum won the Obie Award for his role as Al in Albert Innaurato’s play Gus and Al’s playwright Horizons Productions between 1988 and 1989.
On Broadway he appeared in the NenkoSimon’s Lost in Yonkers, The Best Man in Gore Vidal and The Assembled Parties in Richard Greenberg.
In 2013, he appeared as Max in the first stage production of The ModelApartment.
Blum was a faculty member of HBStudio in New York City.
In 2018, Blum repeated the same role as Ivan Mooney in the former Lifetime thriller series You.
Blum was frequently featured on Broadway, including the revival of 12 angry men, a playwright Horizon who acted in reguarlt, and a theater in New York City, Off Broadway.

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