Barry Newman

Barry Newman, American actor known for playing Kowalski in ‘Cutoff Point: Zero’, has died at the age of 92 in a New York hospital.

Friends of the actor have confirmed on their social networks (via Deadline) the death of May 11, although the news had not come out until now. In 2009, he was diagnosed with cancer of the vocal cords That led him to retire from acting. Despite the illness and the years off the sets, Newman decided to return in 2022 to record what has been his last film, ‘Finding Hannah’, an independent drama directed and signed by Sidney J. Furie.

Of his extensive acting career, his performance in ‘Punto lĂ­mite: cero’ stands out, for which he was nominated for an Emmy. In the film, he plays a man who works in a car rental business who accepts the challenge of driving from Colorado to San Francisco in record time. In addition, from that role, he also had a important participation in ‘Petrocelli’NBC series in which he plays an Italian lawyer from Boston who moves to work in a small town in Arizona.

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His career began in 1960 in the movie ‘Kansas Searches for a Murderer’, and since then He has worked in both movies and series. His latest projects include ‘Raise Your Kids on Seltzer’, ‘Grillados’ and appearances in series such as ‘Ghost Whisperer’, ‘The Cleaner’ or ‘The OC’.

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