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TV Actor Stephen Dunham Dead at 48

Stephen Dunham actorStephen Dunham, TV actor, dead at 48

Stephen Dunham, best known for his roles in the television series DAG, What I Like About You, and Hot Properties, died of a heart attack in Burbank (approx. 19 km north of downtown Los Angeles) on Monday, Sept. 17. The Boston native had turned 48 three days earlier. [Addendum: According to several sources, Dunham died on Sept. 13.]

Among Dunham's other television appearances were those in the series Oh, Grow Up, The Chronicle, D.O.T.S. Last year, he guested in Hot in Cleveland.

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In addition to his TV work, Dunham was featured in about a dozen films, almost invariably in minor roles. Those include The Mummy (1999), with Brendan Fraser; Academy Award winner Steven Soderbergh's Traffic (2000), with Michael Douglas, Benicio Del Toro, and Catherine Zeta-Jones; Steven Spielberg's Catch Me If You Can (2002), with Leonardo DiCaprio; and the comedy Monster-in-Law, starring Jane Fonda, Jennifer Lopez, and Michael Vartan.

As per the IMDb, Stephen Dunham's last movie was Oliver Stone's drug mafia drama Savages, which opened last July in North America.

Dunham was married to actress Alexondra Lee, among whose credits are the TV series Party of Five and Special Unit 2.

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