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Stephen Furst Dies: Flounder in 'Animal House' Was 63

Stephen Furst, best known for his role of Flounder in 1978's "National Lampoon 's Animal House," died in California on Friday at 63 of complications from diabetes.
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Stephen Furst: Animal House actor dies aged 63

stephen furst: animal house actor dies aged 63
The actor dies at the age of 63 after complications resulting from diabetes.
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Stephen Furst, who played Flounder in “National Lampoon’s Animal House,” has died at 63

Stephen Furst, best known for his role as the hapless Delta House fraternity pledge Kent --Flounder— Dorfman in the landmark comedy —National Lampoon—s Animal House,— has died. He was 63.
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Animal House actor, Stephen Furst, dead at 63

Stephen Furst, who played naive fraternity pledge Flounder in the hit movie Animal House, has died of complications from diabetes at the age of 63.
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Steven Furst’s role on Babylon 5 was a remarkable example of a sci-fi sidekick

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Actor Stephen Furst — ‘Flounder’ in ‘Animal House’ — dies at 63

A cast member from one of the funniest movies of all time has died at the age of 63 Actor and filmmaker Stephen Furst has sadly passed away, according to TMZ. Furst’s son Nathan informed the outlet..
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Stephen Furst, best known as Flounder in "Animal House", died from complications with diabetes. He was 63.The actor breathed his last on Friday, his representative told The Hollywood Reporter. His..
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