The entertainment world remembers actor Rip Torn. The TV, theater and film star died Tuesday at his Connecticut home in 88 years. His career spans seven decades. He appeared in dozens of films, including "The Cincinnati Kid", "Defending Your Life," and "Men in Black." Torn won an Emmy for his role as television talk show producer "Artie" at "The Larry Sanders Show."
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