Actor Michael Clarke Duncan, who was nominated for the Academy Award for her role as an inmate in the drama The Green Mile in 1999, died in hospital on Monday after suffering a heart attack during the eight weeks. He died on the 54th.
Duncan died in Los Angeles, says Omarosa Manigault fiancee through Duncan publicist, Joy Fehily.
He suffered a heart attack on July 13 and never fully recovered, said Fehily. He died at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
With features his and his deep and husky, he is 196 cm tall worked as a ditch digger gas company worker in his hometown, Chicago. But he moved to Los Angeles to pursue his career as an actor.
He worked as a guard and the guard nightclub and played similar roles in several films and television before getting a small role in the film Armageddon 1998.
That role took him to a bigger role in the 1999 movie Green Mile with Tom Hanks. Duncan played as a prisoner with magical powers who was sentenced to death for a crime he did not do.
Role Duncan won the nomination in a supporting role Oscar. "Duncan's presence in the film world is huge both literally and figuratively," said Washington Post critic, Desson Howe cited by reuters.com.
He also played in the movie The Scorpion King in 2005, the film is inspired from the comic Daredevil in 2003 and the release of Sin City in 2005. He also contributed his voice in the film Kung Fu Panda in 2008.
In 2012 it was he also had a role in several episodes for Fox crime drama, The Finder.