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Entertainment Rick Aiello dead: Do The Right Thing star and son of Danny Aiello Sr dies of cancer age 65

12:10  28 july  2021
12:10  28 july  2021 Source:   express.co.uk

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Do The Right Thing actor Rick Aiello has died after a year-and-a-half battle with pancreatic cancer, his mother Sandy told TMZ. He was 65 years old.

The actor's wife Arlene, also confirmed his death to The Hollywood Reporter.

Rick reportedly passed away on Monday evening at a hospital in New York.

The tragic news comes 11 years after his stunt man brother Danny Aiello III, died from the same illness in 2010.

Their father Danny Aiello Sr, also passed away a year-and-a-half ago at the age 86 from an infection after suffering an illness.

Rick Aiello, Rick Aiello posing for the camera: Rick Aiello dead: Do The Right Thing actor dies from pancreatic cancer aged 65 © GETTY Rick Aiello dead: Do The Right Thing actor dies from pancreatic cancer aged 65 Danny Aiello, Rick Aiello posing for the camera: Danny Aiello Sr passed away in 2019 © GETTY Danny Aiello Sr passed away in 2019

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Rick was best known for his role in Spike Lee's 1989 film Do The Right Thing, where he played police officer Long, and starred alongside his dad.

He was nominated for an Academy Award for his portrayal.

He also appeared alongside Danny Sr in 2006's The Sopranos, where he portrayed enforcer Ray-Ray D'Abaldo in the episode Bedfellows.

Two years later he reprised his role in the episode Ten Counts.

He was also known for playing Officer Long in another Lee project, Jungle Fever.

Rick began acting in 1984 securing a small role as Michael in the film Silent Madness, but soon went on to become a well-known face in the acting world, with over 60 acting credits to his name.

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While taking the big screen by storm, he was also known for his work on various TV series, including TV movie The Preppie Murder and was seen as Lenny on 1987 show 21 Jump Street.

Throughout the 90s he appeared in Renegade, Marker, Strange Luck, NYPD Blue, Diagnosis Murder and Clueless.

Rick had a larger role in the 1991 film One Good Cop as Knudson, and went on to star as Cliff Howard in 1992's Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me.

Perhaps his biggest recurring part was in Dellaventura, as police officer Teddy Naples and in 2004 he starred in She Hates Me.

Rick's last appearance on-screen was as Dr Drummond on 2016's Nobody's Perfect.

He is survived by his wife Arlene and their two children.

RIP.

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