"He will be missed".
Danny Aiello, known for his Oscar-nominated performance in Spike Lee's "Do the Right Thing", has died at 86.
He got his big break in 1973 in a supporting role opposite Robert DeNiro in Bang the Drum Slowly. "And for that reason, I think our love continued to grow for a long period of time". He and his wife Sandy Cohen had four children, including Danny Aiello III, an actor and stuntman who died in 2010 at age 53, IMDB said.
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In 2014, he published his memoir I Only Know Who I am When I am Somebody Else: My Life on the Street, On the Stage, and in the Movies.
"I [finally] said to him, 'If you give me an opportunity to add something to this character..."
"People call me an instinctive actor".
Paying tribute, his Moonstruck co-star Cher described Aiello as "a genius comedic actor". "Danny, we made cinema history together with Do the Right Thing", Lee wrote in the first caption beside a photo of Aiello and himself on set.
After Do the Right Thing, Aiello began receiving fees of almost US$1 million per role, according to a 1991 New York Times profile. "What a talent... a true one of a kind".