Actor Brian Dennehy of “Ratatouille” and “Tommy Boy” Dies at 81

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Actor Brian Dennehy of “Ratatouille” and “Tommy Boy” Dies at 81

Jessica Figueroa

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Actor Brian Dennehy of “Ratatouille” and “Tommy Boy” Dies at 81

Brian Dennehy, the actor who voiced Remy and Emile’s father Django in Disney’s Ratatouille, as well as Tommy’s father in Tommy Boy (a WDWNT staff favorite), has passed away at the age of 81.

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Django from Ratatouille (left), Brian Dennehy (right)

Brian Dennehy, had won two Tonys in a career that also spanned films such as First Blood and Cocoon, died on Wednesday night in New Haven, Connecticut.

Brian’s daughter Elizabeth Dennehy took to social media to tweet about her father’s passing. It was noted that Dennehy passed away from natural causes, and not due to complications from COVID-19. Our condolences go out to the Dennehy family during these difficult times.

Source: Variety

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4 thoughts on “Actor Brian Dennehy of “Ratatouille” and “Tommy Boy” Dies at 81”

  1. Did you fact check yourself before making such a terrible article? He was not the voice of Remy. Way to spread totally false information, ‘Disney Expert.’

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