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Chris Penn, found dead in L.A.


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LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Actor

Chris Penn has died in a Santa Monica residence, with no signs of foul play, a local ABC television affiliate reported on Tuesday.

Penn, 43, was the brother of actor

Sean Penn and starred in dozens of films.

He played baby-faced criminal Nice Guy Eddie Cabot in director

Quentin Tarantino's "Reservoir Dogs" and starred along with his brother in the 1986 film "At Close Range." He also played Willard Hewitt in "Footloose" in 1984.

Recently, Penn voiced Officer Eddie Pulaski in the video game "Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas."

Santa Monica police and the Los Angeles County Coroner were not immediately available for comment.

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Not the bigest fan of his work but it was deifnitely above the average Hollywood fare and dying at such a young age is a tragedy. :(

(imdb.com has his age as 40, his date of birth being 10th October 1965)

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