The Death of Philip Seymour Hoffman

Wall Street Journal is reporting that the veteran actor was found dead this morning, and apparently he was known to hit the blow and that's likely the cause of his demise.

I never saw his Oscar winning film Capote. In fact, I'm hard pressed to think if I've ever watched a movie with him in it.

My one brush with him was 5 weeks ago, when we both watched the Knicks get humiliated on Christmas Day by Oklahoma City.

Update, 12:03pm: I guess I did see him as the bartender in the atrocious Ricky Gervacis vehicle The Invention of Lying, and in Twister. I guess he was in Scent of a Woman and The Talented Mr. Ripley too? I don't remember him in the former, and can't say I remember even watching the latter.