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Bloodline's Sam Shepard Dead at 73 - TVLine

Sam Shepard, the actor and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright who played Rayburn family patriarch Robert on Bloodline, died Sunday at his home in Kentucky, Broadwayworld.com reports. He was 73 and suffered from Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, or ALS.and more »

Sam Shepard hailed by Twin Cities-connected theater artists - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright, actor, screenwriter and musician Sam Shepard, who died Thursday, July 27, at 73, after suffering from Lou Gehrig's disease, was associated with the Twin Cities long before he moved to the area with Academy Award ...and more »

Sam Shepard, Pulitzer-Winning Playwright and Celebrated Actor, Dies at 73 - Variety

Sam Shepard, the acclaimed playwright who was also praised as an actor, screenwriter, and director, has died. He was 73. He died on Thursday at his home in Kentucky following complications from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig's ...and more »

Oscar-Nominated Actor Sam Shepard Dies After Private Battle with ALS - PEOPLE.com

Sam Shepard, known for his acting work in films such as Black Hawk Down and The Right Stuff, has died. He was 73. Shepard's theater representative confirms to PEOPLE that Shepard passed away at his home in Kentucky on Thursday, July 27, from ...and more »

Inside Sam Shepard and Jessica Lange's 'Tumultuous' Relationship: 'An Incredible Match, but ... Not Without Fireworks' - PEOPLE.com

Jessica Lange and Sam Shepard had one of the most passionate relationships in Hollywood history – but it wasn't always easy. Shepard, who died of complications from ALS last Thursday at age 73, and Lange, 68, first met on the set of the film Frances ...and more »

Sam Shepard, Actor and Pulitzer-Winning Playwright, Is Dead at 73 - New York Times

Mr. Shepard, one of the most important and influential writers of his generation, specialized in capturing the darker sides of American family life. Sam Shepard in 2016.CreditCreditChad Batka for The New York Times. Supported by ...and more »

Postscript: Sam Shepard, Who Brought Rage and Rebellion Onstage - The New Yorker

Sam Shepard arrived in New York in 1963, at the age of nineteen, and took the city by storm. He was funny, cool, detached. He found his groove early—a cowboy mouth with matinée-idol looks. Shepard, who died on Thursday at the age of seventy-three, had ...and more »

US actor, playwright Sam Shepard dies at 73 - Deutsche Welle

Shepard died at his home in Kentucky of complications from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig's disease, a family spokesman said Monday. Ranked among the leading playwrights of his generation, Shepard wrote nearly 50 plays ...and more »

Sam Shepard: Quiet charisma on the screen - Chicago Tribune

Sam Shepard died Thursday at age 73. From his initial off-Broadway successes as a writer, creating plays that were flush with music ranging from rock 'n' roll (“The Tooth of Crime”) to bebop (“Suicide in B Flat”), his reckless, effusive stage poems ...and more »

Where to Stream 5 Great Sam Shepard Movies - New York Times

Sam Shepard, who died last week at 73, was a true renaissance man. As a playwright, he was the toast of Broadway and a Pulitzer Prize recipient. And he had no trouble making the transition to screens small and large, winning over audiences as an actor ...and more »