Kingpin Actor Michael Clarke Duncan Dies At 54

Michael Clarke Duncan

Former Oscar nominee Michael Clarke Duncan died on Monday (September 3) from complications following a heart attack he suffered in July. He was 54 years old.

Though best known for his Academy Award worthy work in Frank Darabont's adaptation of Stephen King's "The Green Mile," Duncan will likely be best remembered by Splash Page readers for his contributions to the comic book movie scene. He starred in no few than three live-action comic book flicks — "Daredevil" as Kingpin, "Sin City" as Manute and "Green Lantern" as Kilowog — and also supplied his unmistakable growl to several animated properties, including a reprisal of the Kingpin role on the Neil Patrick Harris-led "Spider-Man" cartoon.

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