Actor Alan Arkin, 2007 Oscar winner for ‘Little Miss Sunshine,’ dies at 89


  • The actor, winner of an Oscar in 2007 for his work in ‘Little Miss Sunshine’, has died at his home in Carlsbad, California.


  • The actor’s sons, Adam, Matthew and Anthony have given notice of his death in a statement to People magazine.


  • The actor was nominated for the Oscars up to four times, for his great talent for playing both comic and dramatic roles.

Alan Arkin, renowned actor who won an Oscar in 2007 for his work in ‘Little Miss Sunshine’, has died at the age of 89 at his home in Carlsbad, California. The interpreter developed a career in Hollywood of almost 60 years and was nominated four times for the Oscars (1967, 1969, 2007 and 2013).

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