Fred Ward passed away age at 79. Many people are getting shocked by hearing the Fred Ward’s Death news. Here we bring the latest information about Fred Ward’s cause of death. Fred Ward full name is Frederick Joseph Ward. He is an American actor & producer.
Fred Ward started his career in an Italian television film in 1973. He make some great picture such as Escape from Alcatraz, Southern Comfort, The Right Stuff, Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins, Tremors and Tremors 2: Aftershocks, Henry & June, The Player, Swing Shift and Short Cuts.
On 30 December 1942, Fred Ward was born in San Diego. Before starting his acting career, he was work in the US Air force. He also works as a boxer. Fred Ward first married to Carla Evonne Stewart in 1965. In this blog, we will share Fred Ward Cause of death.
The star, who brought gentlemanly gruffness to films that included The Right Stuff, Tremors, Henry and June and The Player died Sunday, May 8 at the age of 79. No cause of death was given.
Ward brought reservoirs of tenderness to his tough guy roles, and plenty of street credibility. A former boxer, lumberjack and short-order cook who served in the U.S. Air Force, Ward went to acting school and got his start when he moved to Rome as a young man and worked as a mime, then a voice-over actor.
That led to a few appearances in TV productions by Italian neorealist pioneer Roberto Rossellini, and then Hollywood. Ward made his U.S. movie debut as a convict in the Clint Eastwood movie Escape from Alcatraz in 1979.