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EntertainmentIsaac Kappy Dies: ‘Thor’ And ‘Terminator Salvation’ Actor Was 42

09:05  15 may  2019
09:05  15 may  2019 Source:   deadline.com

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Isaac Kappy Dies: ‘Thor’ And ‘Terminator Salvation’ Actor Was 42 © Instagram Caution: This article contains details that may be distressing for some readers.

Isaac Kappy, an actor who had small roles in the films Thor, Terminator Salvation and the AMC series Breaking Bad, has died. He was 42.

Kappy jumped to his death from a bridge Monday in Bellemont, Arizona, Bart Graves a spokesman with the Arizona Department of Public Safety, confirmed to Deadline.

According to the Arizona Daily Sun, which first reported Kappy’s death, the actor jumped from the Transwestern Road bridge onto Interstate 40, and was struck by a Ford pickup truck.

The paper said passing motorists got out of their vehicles and tried to “physically restrain” Kappy, but they were unable to stop him from taking his life. No one else was injured and the investigation into the incident has been closed.

Kip Niven, actor from 'Magnum Force' and 'Alice,' dies at 73

Kip Niven, actor from 'Magnum Force' and 'Alice,' dies at 73 Actor Kip Niven, known for roles in films such as Magnum Force and TV shows including Alice and The Waltons, has died, the Jackson County medical examiner's office in Kansas City, Missouri, confirmed to CNN. He was 73. No cause of death was released for the actor, who in later years helped to shape the theater scene in his native Kansas City. Born Clifford Niven, he was raised in the Kansas City suburb of Prairie Village, Kansas, and graduated from Shawnee Mission East High School in 1963.

Kappy was originally from Albuquerque, New Mexico, according to his IMDb page. He lived in New Mexico and had written two short films.

The actor/writer garnered tabloid headlines in 2018, after making a series of controversial statements on social media about Hollywood actors and socialites.

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Man dies from injuries after serious assault.
A man has died from injuries following a serious assault on the NSW Far North Coast last week. Emergency services were called to a unit on Kennedy Drive in Tweed Heads West, following an alleged physical altercation between two men last Wednesday evening. Police allege a 47-year-old man assaulted a 54-year-old man, who is known to him, several times at the location. The older man was taken to Gold Coast University Hospital in a critical condition, however he died from his injuries last night.

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