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Wilford Brimley, ‘Cocoon’ Star And Quaker Oats Pitchman, Has Died At Age 85

CBS 2 Sunday, 2 August 2020
Brimley's manager Lynda Bensky said the actor died Saturday morning in a Utah hospital. He was on dialysis and had several medical ailments, she said.
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Beloved actor Wilford Brimley has died. Brimley appeared on the big screen, in television shows, and on Quaker Oats commercials, for decades. Brimley died Saturday in St. George, Utah. According to CNN, his manager said he had been in the ICU getting treatment for medical problems and was on...

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