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Wilford Brimley Dead - 'Cocoon' Actor & Face of Quaker Oats Dies at 85

Just Jared Sunday, 2 August 2020
Wilford Brimley has sadly passed away at the age of 85. The actor died on Saturday morning (August 1) at his home in Utah, TMZ reports. According to a source, Wilford was on dialysis while being treated in an intensive care unit at a local hospital after his death started going downhill during his final [...]
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Actor Wilford Brimley has died. He was 85. According to CNN, Brimley died while hospitalized in St. George, Utah. He was on dialysis and was receiving treatment there for medical problems. Known for his resplendent walrus mustache, Brimley appeared on television shows, Quaker Oats ads, and the films...

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