We’re saddened to share that Peter Crombie, an American film and television actor passed away on January 10, 2024. His death has profoundly impacted his friends and family, leaving them devastated upon hearing the news.
This post provides all the information related to Peter’s passing. Our thoughts are with his loved ones during this difficult time.
What is Peter Crombie’s Cause of Death?
Peter Crombie best known for playing “Crazy” Joe Davola in season four of Seinfeld passed away at the age of 71 years. Nadine Kijner, the actor’s ex-wife announced Crombie’s passing on social media on Wednesday, January 10 morning.
The exact cause of Peter Crombie’s death is not revealed but apparently, he had a brief illness. Kijner (Peter’s wife) wrote on Instagram:
“It is with shock and extreme sadness that I share my Ex-husband died this morning, Thank you for so many wonderful memories and being such a good man. Fly free into the Un-boundless source of light, Peter. May you be greeted with love by your parents, and Oliver . So so many people loved you because you were a kind, giving, caring and creative Soul.”
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Peter Crombie earned a name in the field of entertainment industry. Below you will read in which movies he appeared.
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In Which Movies Did Peter Crombie Appear?
Born on the Fourth of July, Natural Born Killers, Seven, My Dog Skip and The Doors were among the movies in which Peter Crombie starred.
His most well-known TV appearance was as “Crazy” Joe Davola, a recurrent minor character on Seinfeld. Joe “Lennard” Davola, a Fox TV executive gave his permission for the name to be used.
In addition, he had several cameo appearances on television shows including Law & Order, Picket Fences, NYPD Blue, Walker, Texas Ranger, Spenser: For Hire and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (in the episode “Melora”). The script for the 2006 short drama Threshold was written by Crombie.
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