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I don’t see a lot of new babies being named Robert these days. I used to have such a popular name. What happened?
The Social Security Administration is out with the list of the most popular baby names for 2020, and it’s pretty much the same list it was last time. The top male name is Liam and the top female name is Olivia. Other names in the top ten include Noah, Oliver, James, Emma, Ava, and Mia.
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Richard Pryor and working with fellow funnymen 
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'Licence to Kill' Actor Frank McRae Dies at 80 Following Heart Attack

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'Licence to Kill' Actor Frank McRae Dies at 80 Following Heart Attack
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The actor, best known for playing Timothy Dalton's onscreen close friend in 1989's James Bond movie, has passed away at the age of 80 after suffering from a heart attack.
May 7, 2021
Frank McRae has died aged 80.
The NFL (National Football League) player-turned-actor passed away on 29 April (21) in Santa Monica, California, after suffering a heart attack, his daughter-in-law
Suzanne McRae confirmed.
A former defensive tackle for the Chicago Bears and Los Angeles Rams, McRae moved into acting following his football career, and starred in more than 40 movies, including "
Last Action Hero" with

Frank McRae, Actor in 'Licence to Kill' and 'Last Action Hero,' Dies at 80

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ACTOR FRANK MCRAE OF 'PARADISE ALLEY' PASSES AWAY


By Mike Johnson on 2021-05-05 21:34:00
Actor Frank McRae, who had a long film and television career, passed away today the age of 80 following a heart attack, Deadline.com reported.
After a career in the NFL, McRae pivoted to acting and was featured in the 1978 Sylvester Stallone film
Paradise Alley, which Stallone wrote, directed and starred in.  Set in New York City's Hell's Kitchen in the 1940s, the film tells the story of two brothers who get involved in professional wrestling.  Named for a club in the film in which a wrestling ring is set up, the film featured McRae playing the role of Big Glory, the in-house wrestling champion in the club, who, if beaten, can earn Stallone and his brothers $100.

Frank McRae, Character Actor From Last Action Hero & 48 Hrs., Dead at 80

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Frank McRae, Character Actor From Last Action Hero & 48 Hrs., Dead at 80

Frank McRae, a former defensive tackle for the Chicago Bears in the 1960s who rose to prominence as a character actor in the 1980s, has passed away.
Variety brings word of his death, reporting that McRae died last Thursday, April 29 in Santa Monica, California from a heart attack with his daughter-in-law confirming his passing. A Memphis native, McRae only played in that National Football League for a few games but his double-major in drama and history no doubt lead to his successful career in Hollywood where he would appear opposite multiple A-list actors throughout his many roles.

Frank McRea dead - James Bond and Last Action Hero star dies of heart attack

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Frank McRae dead - James Bond and Last Action Hero star dies of heart attack
Frank McRae - who appeared in the James Bond film Licence To Kill as Sharkey - died in California of a heart attack, his daughter-in-law has confirmed
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Licence To Kill actor Frank McRae has died at the age of 80 after suffering a heart attack.
The American actor, who also starred in Last Action Hero, died in California on April 29, his devastated daughter-in-law has confirmed.

Frank McRae dead: James Bond actor dies aged 80 after suffering heart attack

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Frank McRae dead: James Bond actor dies aged 80 after suffering heart attack
American actor Frank McRae has died in California, his heartbroken daughter has confirmed, as fans flock to social media to pay tribute to the Last Action Hero star.
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Popular Licence To Kill actor Frank McRae has died at the age of 80 after suffering a heart attack, it has been announced.

James Bond star Frank McRae dead aged 80

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James Bond star Frank McRae has died at the age of 80.
The actor passed away from a heart attack in Santa Monica on April 29, his daughter-in-law confirmed to Variety.
Screen star Frank was best known for his role as the famous spy's friend Sharkey in 1989's Licence to Kill and previously played defensive tackle for the Chicago Bears and the Los Angeles Rams in the 60s. 
Tragic: James Bond star Frank McRae has died at the age of 80 (pictured in 1993)
James Bond's official Twitter account paid tribute on Thursday, writing: 'We are sorry to hear that Frank McRae, who played Sharkey in Licence To Kill, has passed away. Our thoughts are with his family and friends.' 

BREAKING: James Bond star Frank McRae has died aged 80

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BREAKING: James Bond star Frank McRae has died aged 80
By Jamie Glass
Frank McRae who starred in Licence To Kill has passed away it's been confirmed.
The actor, who appeared as Sharkey in the James Bond epic, died in California of a heart attack, his daughter-in-law has confirmed.
McRae was also known for appearing opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger in the 1993 movie Last Action Hero.
He's credited with a number of roles during the 70's and 80's including partnering up with Sylvester Stallone in F.I.S.T, Paradise Alley, Lock Up and Rocky II.
Image from Columbia Pictures
Frank had previously trained as a professional football player, starring in the NFL before finding a different kind of fame with his movies.

Hollywood mourns loss of actor and former NFL athlete, Frank McRae

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Hollywood mourns loss of actor and former NFL athlete, Frank McRae
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SANTA MONICA, California - According to Variety, Hollywood is mourning the loss of Frank McRae, an athlete-turned actor who appeared in films such as “Licence to Kill” and “Last Action Hero.” 
McRae passed away in Santa Monica, California on April 29 as a result of a heart attack, his daughter-in-law says

Born in Memphis, Tennessee, McRae was a stand-out athlete as a youngster. But he also developed a deep interest in the arts and eventually went on to become a double major in drama and history at Tennessee State University. 

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Licence To Kill actor, Frank McRae, has died at the age of 80 after suffering a heart attack, it has been announced.
The American actor, who also starred in Last Action Hero, died in California on April 29, his devastated daughter-in-law has confirmed.
Frank had previously trained as a professional football player, starring in the NFL before finding a different kind of fame with his movies.
He first caught the spotlight with his turn as Reed Youngblood, a grinning prisoner who helped Warren Oates’ character to escape in 1973’s Dillenger.
Standing at six-and-a-half feet tall, Frank quickly made a name for himself playing burly tough guys, including Sharkey in the James Bond film Licence To Kill opposite Timothy Dalton.

Licence to Kill actor Frank McRae dies at 80

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Licence to Kill actor Frank McRae dies at 80
May 6, 2021 by:
Last Action Hero, has died. McRae died as a result of a heart attack in Santa Monica, California at the age of 80. The news of his death was confirmed by his daughter-in-law.
McRae's career started out on a pretty interesting path. He was an NFL player-turned actor that, despite his athleticism, went to Tenessee State University as a double major in drama and history. McRae did have a brief career in football as a defensive tackle for the Chicago Bears and the Los Angeles Rams but it was clear that his talents would be best utilized in front of the camera as an actor.

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