Peter Bogdanovich, ‘The Last Picture Show’ Director, Dies at 82
Peter Bogdanovich died on Thursday at 82 in his home in Los Angeles. His daughter, Antonia Bogdanovich, shared the news and that he died of natural causes. His filmography spans all mediums and genres, but he first gained prominence as a film director with his coming-of-age drama The Last Picture Show (1971) and road comedy-drama Paper Moon (1973), which both made use of black-and-white cinematography and had widely acclaimed performances from their casts. Bogdanovich was born in Kingston, New York to Herma (née Robinson) and Borislav Bogdanovich. His mother was Austrian Jewish and his father ...
Peter Bogdanovich has passed away: The Last Picture Show director dies aged 82
‘The Last Picture Show’ director Peter Bogdanovich has died aged 82. The American film director passed away in the early hours of Thursday (06.01.22) morning at his home in Los Angeles, his daughter Antonia Bogdanovich confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter. Bogdanovich reportedly died of natural causes, and in addition to his daughter, he is survived by his grandchildren Maceo, Levi, and Wyatt. The director and writer was best known for his work on films including ‘The Last Picture Show’, ‘Paper Moon’, and ‘What’s Up, Doc?’. He also had an acting career which saw him play the role of Elliot Kupf...
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