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Acclaimed Actor-Writer Joseph Bologna Dies At 82

14 Août 2017

His longtime friend, Dr. Roger Lerner from Cedars Sinai, came to visit Bologna late last night at City of Hope, and asked Joe, who was going in and out of consciousness, if he was comfortable. "For the last six months during the cancer's most aggressive stage, Dr. Vincent Chung and Dr. Stefanie Mooney of City of Hope gave him back a wonderful quality of life by creating a personalized treatment and palliative care plan, so that he could receive a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Night of 100 Stars on February 26, of this year, take a month-long trip to his favorite place, Italy, with his family in June, and attend the 35th Anniversary celebration of My Favorite Year, on July 27th".

Born in Brooklyn, New York, on December 30, 1934, Bologna was a prolific writer, actor, and filmmaker.

Bologna was a role model in the Italian American community. Bologna was born in Brooklyn, New York, and served in the United States Marine Corp. They adapted it for the film and it was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Screenplay.

The couple also wrote 22 published plays, many of which were on were on Broadway, such as "It Had To Be You", "Bermuda Avenue Triangle".

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The couple won the Emmy for their work on the Marlo Thomas TV special "Acts of Love and Other Comedies" (1973).

"He appeared in Neil Simon's "Chapter Two "(1979); "Blame It on Rio" (1984), with Michael Caine and Demi Moore; "The Woman in Red" (1984), opposite Gene Wilder; and "Big Daddy" (1999), with Adam Sandler, a family friend". He also starred in "What Now, Catherine Curtis?" alongside Lucille Ball as well as the TV musical sitcom "Rags to Riches".

Bologna's final work is a film he wrote and starred in, the soon to be released "Tango Shalom".

Bologna is survived by his wife and their son, Gabriel.

Acclaimed Actor-Writer Joseph Bologna Dies At 82