The acting industry went through a huge loss as prolific actor Reni Santoni has passed away. He was 81. The actor has worked with some legendary actors over the years and his presence will be terribly missed.
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RIP Reni Santoni, who played Poppie in 4 episodes of Seinfeld. 👨🏻🍳Poppie was a recurring character with some great storylines. He grossed out Jerry by not washing his hands, peed on a couch, started a pizza restaurant with Kramer. 🎭Santoni also appeared in Dirty Harry, Cobra, and Brewster's Millions. 🥀 #renisantoni #seinfeld #seinfeldquotes #seinfeldreference #poppiesalittlesloppy #characteractor #dirtyharry #quantumleap #stallone #brewstersmillions #riprenisantoni #seinfeldfan #seinfeldforever #seinfeldtv
Prolific Actor Reni Santoni Passed Away At The Age Of 81.
The tragic news was confirmed by TV writer and producer Tracy Newman staying that the actor dies in hospice while struggling with a long time illness. Newman posted a heartfelt post remembering the man of talent and humor who are us laugh with his acting antics as well as his acting skills.
He will be terribly missed and Newman ended the note by saying a great on is gone. Take a look at this heartfelt post made on Twitter for the late actor.
Viva Inspector Chico Gonzales: “No wonder they call him "Dirty Harry", always gets the shit end of the stick.” RIP Reni Santoni. https://t.co/VbcDODOU6t
— edgarwright (@edgarwright) August 4, 2020
The man has worked with legends like Clint Eastwood in Dirty Harry while also worked with Sylvester Stallone in Cobra as well. Fans might also know him as the sassy pizza chef in the popular comedy sitcom, Seinfeld. He is still best known as the rookie detective in 1971 classic Dirty Harry!
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#rip #American #film #tv & #voiceactor #renisantoni Born April 21st, 1939 Died August 1st, 2020 #nyc #losangelescalifornia ✓Filmography: **Strangers in the City (1962) – Scrounge **The Pawnbroker (1964) – Junkie Selling Radio (uncredited) **Enter Laughing (1967) – David Kolowitz **A Great Big Thing (1968) – Vinny Shea **Anzio (1968) – Pvt. Movie **Guns of the Magnificent Seven (1969) – Max **The Student Nurses (1970) – Victor Charlie **Dirty Harry (1971) – Inspector Chico Gonzalez **I Never Promised You a Rose Garden (1977) – Hobbs **They Went That-A-Way & That-A-Way (1978) – Billy Joe **Hawaii Five-O (1978) Episode: "A Death in the Family" – Jimmy Rego **Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid (1982) – Carlos Rodriguez **Bad Boys (1983) – Ramon Herrera **Brewster's Millions (1985) – Vin Rapelito **Radioactive Dreams (1985) – 'Red' Hairstylist / Adult Harold (voice) **Summer Rental (1985) – Announcer **Cobra (1986) – Sergeant Tony Gonzales **The Pick-up Artist (1987) – Man in Train Station **Bright Lights, Big City (1988) – (voice) **The Package (1989) – Chicago Police Lieutenant **Cat Chaser (1989) – Narrator (voice, uncredited) **Men Don't Tell (1992) – Rueben the Bartender **Groundhog Day (1993) – State Trooper (voice, uncredited) **The Brady Bunch Movie (1995) – Police Officer (uncredited) **The Late Shift (1996) – John Agoglia **Private Parts (1997) – Vallesecca **Can't Hardly Wait (1998) – Cop **Dr. Dolittle (1998) – Rat #1 (voice) **28 Days (2000) – Daniel **Dr. Dolittle 2 (2001) – Rat #1 (voice) **Kingpin (2003) (mini series) – General Valdez **Gang Warz (2004) – Father Luis **Irene in Time (2009) – Sam #instachickens #instalikes #celebritydeaths #tribute #obituary #likesforlikes #likesforlikesback #wikipedia #inmemoriam #cancer
Many Actors And Directors Paid Their Homage To The Late Actor.
Even director Edgar Wright paid his respect to the actor in a heartfelt homage on Twitter and indeed an acting gem is lost and now we hope he is in a better place. We can never forget his role as Poppie as the sassy pizza chef who had the occasional bladder issues!
'Dirty Harry' actor Reni Santoni passes away at 81; writer Tracy Newman confirms news https://t.co/aSLRRaTHX3
— Republic (@republic) August 4, 2020
From being the tough detective to the funny and argumentative pizza chef , the actor has aced all the roles and we loved his for that. The actor will live on through his roles and it was a delight to watch him on the screen .