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Golden Globe nominee R. Lee Ermey has died. Ermey passed away from complications of pneumonia. He spent 11 years in the military. Ermey began his career in the movie 'Apocalypse Now.' Ermey made a name..
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I only met R. Lee Emery once. It was brief, it was bold and it was great. I had just finished my first film, “Return to Tarawa,” which featured Ed Harris and recounted the bloody Battle of Tarawa.. Credit: The Wrap - Published
R. Lee Ermey, the actor who was perhaps best known for playing the tough drill instructor in the movie Full Metal Jacket, died Sunday. He was 74. Many don't know that Ermey was a Kansan, born in.. Credit: bizjournals - Published
He raked in more than 60 credits in film and television across his long career in the industry, often playing authority figures in everything from "Se7en" to "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" remake. Credit: FOXNews.com - Published
R. Lee Ermey, a former Marine who made a career in Hollywood playing hard-nosed military men like Gunnery Sgt. Hartman in Stanley Kubrick’s “Full Metal Jacket,” has died
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Ermey was no stranger to military life. He was a U.S. Marine Corps staff sergeant and an honorary gunnery sergeant and served in Vietnam. He took up acting after 11 years in the Marines. Credit: NPR - Published Also reported by •nola.com •Denver Post •Newsday •L.A. Times
Mr. Ermey, who was nicknamed the Gunny, earned a Golden Globe nomination for his performance as foulmouthed Gunnery Sgt. Hartman in the 1987 film. Credit: NYTimes.com - Published Also reported by •DallasNews