William Hurt, Oscar Winner for ‘Spider-Man’s Kiss’ and Star of ‘Body Heat,’ Dies at 71

Oscar-winning actor William Hurt passed away Sunday at the age of 71, his son posted on social media. First deadline to report news.

Hurt is most recently recognized for his role as General Thaddeus Ross in The So amazing Hulk (2008), a role he maintains throughout the Marvel Universe for Captain America: Civil War (2016), Avengers: Infinity War (2018), Avengers: Endgame (2019) and Black Relict (In 2021).

The actor began his career at Juilliard, which landed him on stages all over New York City. He achieved rapid success in the film industry after making the transition from theater to the big screen in 1980 with his film debut, State of change. In 1986, he received his first Academy Award nomination — and won — for Best Actor for Spider-woman’s kiss. He went on to receive nominations for the next two years for Children are children of God (1987), and Broadcast News (In 1988).

This is a developing story and will be updated. William Hurt, Oscar Winner for ‘Spider-Man’s Kiss’ and Star of ‘Body Heat,’ Dies at 71

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