Michael Clarke Duncan was laid to rest yesterday in Los Angeles and a number of his friends were on hand to share their memories of the larger-than-life actor including Jay Leno, Holly Robinson-Peete, Stevie Wonder and his 'Green Mile' co-star Tom Hanks. Below you can watch Hanks speak lovingly about his favorite Michael Clarke Duncan story, which had the audience laughing.
Michael Clarke Duncan
For his statuesque frame, booming voice and all-around iconic presence, one barely even needs to review Michael Clarke Duncan's body of film work to remember the man, though in recent years his eye had shifted toward television. Prior to his death, Duncan attempted a series regular role in FOX's 'Bones' spin-off 'The Finder' before its ultimate cancellation. 'Bones' creator Hart Hanson says he planned to return the gentle giant to TV before his death, but as whom?
Michael Clarke Duncan, with his inimitable voice and stature, has passed away from a heart attack at age 54, according to his fiancee.
Michael Clarke Duncan, whom we all recognize for his iconic role in the Stephen King novel-adapted film 'The Green Mile,' was rushed to the hospital this morning after suffering cardiac arrest.