Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Lorne Dies

Lorne (Angel)Image via Wikipedia

Andy Hallet, best known for playing the singing demon Lorne on one of my favorite shows Angel died March 29 of congestive heart disease. The character of Lorne was created after Joss Whedon saw Andy perform in a blues revue. Andy was asked to audition and won the role. It was his first acting job. After Angel went off the air he decided to pursue his music career instead of acting. I always like the character of Lorne on the show.

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5 comments:

Bond said...

Never saw the show. He seems so young...sad

Anndi said...

Far too young to die. I never followed the show (surprising considering my crush on David Boreanaz as Booth *sigh and swoon*)

JohnH985 said...

Way too young, he was only 33.

Travis said...

The episodes with Lorne were my favorites. What a shame.

JohnH985 said...

I agree, Travis. I always enjoyed the episodes with Lorne.

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