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Robert Morse Dies At 90

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Robert Morse, who played Don Draper in the hit American drama Mad Men, died at the age of 90. Bert Cooper, the head of the show’s advertising firm, was his most well-known character, and he lent his surname to the corporation Sterling Cooper. The news of his demise has surfaced on the internet and has saddened many of his fans and well-wishers. The writer, producer, and VP on the board of governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Larry Karaszewski, took to Twitter to announce the news.

Larry Karaszewski wrote that his good friend Bobby Morse passed away at 90 and went on to call him a huge talent and a beautiful spirit. Larry also sent love and blessings to the late actor’s son Charlie and daughter Allyn. The writer further said that he had so much fun hanging with Bobby over the years, filming people, and hosting so many screenings. Apart from Larry, several other personalities also paid their sincere respects and tributes to Robert Morse and extended their deepest condolences to his family and friends. As per reports, the actor died on Wednesday, April 20, 2022, in Los Angeles, California, US.

Who Was Robert Morse?

The actor appeared in nearly 100 theatres, television, and film productions during his nearly 60-year career, having first made his name in 1961 in a stage adaptation of Shepherd Mead’s best-selling book How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, for which he won the Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical. In 1990, he repeated the feat by winning the Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Play for his performance as Truman Capote in the play Tru.

It not only made him one of only four actors in history to win the Tony Award for Best Actor in a Play or Musical, but it also garnered him an Emmy three years later when a live performance of the show was televised on television. As part of the ensemble cast, his performance as the eccentric creator of Mad Men’s ad firm catapulted him to international recognition, winning him five Emmy nods and a Screen Actors Guild award win.

After quietly dying after witnessing Neil Armstrong’s 1969 moon landing, he drew on his Broadway skills for a major musical number following his death, doing a song-and-dance routine to The Best Things in Life Are Free. Needless to say, Robert Morse was a great personality who will be dearly missed by many.


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