Mark Blum, a veteran level actor regarded for films inclusive of “Desperately Seeking Susan” and “Crocodile Dundee,” has died because of headaches from Covid-19, consistent with a statement released via the Screen Actors Guild.
Blum changed into 69.
Though he was perhaps best acknowledged for the 1985 movie “Desperately Seeking Susan,” wherein he starred alongside Madonna and Rosanna Arquette, he maximum these days seemed in helping TV roles at the HBO series “Succession,” the Netflix drama “You” and Amazon’s “Mozart in the Jungle.”
He became a staple inside the New York theater network, regularly appearing on Broadway, together with the revival of “Twelve Angry Men,” although he seemed off Broadway a good deal more regularly.
Blum changed into a regular player with Playwrights Horizons, an off-Broadway theater in New York. The organization remembered him on Twitter.
“With love and heavy hearts, Playwrights Horizons will pay tribute to Mark Blum, a expensive longtime buddy and a consummate artist who handed this week,” the theater corporation tweeted.”Thank you, Mark, for all you added to our theater, and to theaters and audiences the world over. We will omit you.”
Rebecca Damon, executive vp and New York president of the Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA) labor union said Blum changed into a “tireless suggest” for fellow performers.