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Chicago Actor Larry Neumann’s Cause of Death at 62 Revealed

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It’s with profound sadness and a heavy heart we inform you that Larry Neumann Jr. has passed away at 62. All the details surrounding Larry Neumann’s cause of death are shared in the article.

The heartbreaking news of Larry Neumann Jr.‘s death was announced by his former wife of 18 years, Sandy Borglum.

She said the stage actor collapsed and passed away at his South Shore home, most likely from complications due to Type 1 diabetes.

Chicago Actor Larry Neumann's Cause of Death at 62 Revealed
Image Source: Chicago Tribune

“Larry was the hardest working man I ever knew. He was lucky in that he always was able to live his life on his own terms, ” Borglum said in an interview.

Larry appeared in a plethora of big-screen movies and television shows, including the movies Just Visiting, Stranger Than Fiction, and The Untouchables.

One of his final on-screen roles was a brief turn in “Power Book IV: Force” as the man who sells Tommy the old firehouse he moved into.

Larry was like a father figure and idol to many young Chicago actors, and often referred to himself as “Uncle Lar.”

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Larry Neumann’s Cause of Death after Diabetes Complications

Larry Neumann’s cause of death was revealed after his sudden death at the age of 62. According to reports, Larry died most likely from complications due to Type 1 diabetes.

On Twitter, many of his former friends and co-stars flooded social media with tribute messages. Many fans also took to Twitter to pay touching tributes to him.

Actor Jeff Still wrote: “Been reeling all day with another loss to the Chicago theatre community; good night, Larry Neumann.”

“Floored. RIP Larry Neumann Jr. Consistant wonderfully talented actor,” Fellow actress Jacqueline Williams wrote. “Many great memories over many years. A gem of guy. You’ll be very very missed.”

Chicago Actor Larry Neumann's Cause of Death at 62 Revealed
Image Source: The Sun

Chicago PD actor Carlo Lorenzo García stated: “Man, the heart keeps breaking. I looked up to Larry Neumann Jr, working with him on Coast of Chicago at @gglasstheatre was a tremendous learning experience for me. Larry was kind, talented, and could always make me laugh. I’ll miss you, bud. Rest in Peace, papa.”

One fan tweeted: “Chicago actor Larry Neumann Jr. is dead at 62. His off-Loop roles were legion and he had many stories to tell.”

“A sad retweet. Larry Neumann Jr, a great Chicago actor, has died. He tells tales about his stage career and much more in this 2019 interview,” another fan wrote.

“Chicago has lost one of its greats, Larry Neumann Jr. I met Larry doing GHETTO at Famous Door. It was an intense experience for the cast and the entire production team, to put it mildly,” Christian Gray wrote on Facebook.

“Godspeed, Larry Neumann Jr. We will miss your immense talent, your giving soul, and that twinkle in your eye,” he added.

“Good night, Larry Neumann Jr., former comrade-in-arms of the Chicago theatre scene; thanks for the memories, thanks for the laughs, and thanks for your talent on stage, which I got to enjoy both from the audience and from standing next to you. I’ll see you further on down the road, my friend,” Jeff Still wrote.

Our thoughts and prayers are with his family, friends, fans, and all of his loved ones on these challenging days. You can also leave a condolence message below the comment box to honor him.

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