I'm sad to report to you that the actress who played Mags Flanagan in the book-based sequel film, Hunger Games: Catching Fire, has passed away at the age of 86. The actor was born in 1933 in Kansas City, Missouri, and studied acting at Michael Howard Studios in New York City. Her manager, Josh Pultz, reported that she died on February 14, 2020 in New York.
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In the Hunger Games: Catching Fire, she played one of the tributes chosen from past victors to fight to the death in the quarter quells.
She also acted in book-based movies such as Munich ( Golda Meir), The Hottest State, Then She Found me (Trudy Epner), The Life Before Her Eyes (Sister Beatrice), Sex and the City: The Movie 1& 2 (Magda), The Extra Man (Lois Huber), and Feast of the Seven Fishes (Nonnie)
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Cohen is survived by her husband Ronald Theodore Cohen.
Source material: hollywoodreporter.com
Actress Paula Kelly died on February 8 from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
Here is the statement that was released when she passed away:
Kelly, who was also a dancer, choreographer and singer, had her breakthrough role of Helene in the film Sweet Charity.
She appeared in book-based film such as Soylent Green (book title is Make Room! Make Room!) The Andromeda Strain, Cool Breeze, The Spook Who Sat by the door, Lost in the Stars (book title is Cry the Beloved Country), and Once Upon a Time When We Were Colored.
The theater where Kelly worked at released a statement by the director Wren T. Brown:
“Her unassuming leadership was marked by compassion, elegance and grace. She was a rare and gifted artist, whom we will cherish forever.”
She is survived by her companion George Parkington, her niece Dina McCarthy, nephew Lehman Brockett and aunt Pearl Mackey.
Source Material: Deadline.com
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