The 1996 film “Fargo” is definitely an all-time favorite American movie. Following the release, it received dozens of award nominations—and won several of those—including Academy awards, Satellite awards, and Independent Spirit awards.
Sadly, one of the supporting actors from the film passed away on Thursday, December 7th.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Steve Reevis died at 55 years old while in the hospital. A cause of death is not known at this time.
Other than his astounding appearance as “Shep Proudfoot” in “Fargo,” Reevis also had supporting roles in “The Longest Yard,” “Dances with Wolves,” and several other movies and television shows.
The actor had a unique background and special personal story to share with others. He grew up on the Blackfeet Reservation in Browning, Montana, living the “struggling actor’s dream,” reported Indian Country Today.
Although Reevis specialized in supporting roles, he always left a memorable impression. Many fans took to social media to share their love for Reevis and his talent, some calling him a legend.
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