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Actor Fred Ward, star of 'Tremors' and 'The Right Stuff,' dies at the age of 79

By US Trends&News

Popular films like "The Right Stuff" and "Tremors", these two are the most successful movies of actor Fred ward in his career.

His family members and relatives have confirmed this sad news on Friday, the American actor and producer died on May 8, Sunday.

In the early days of his career, he has done all sorts of work as a short-order cook, boxer, and Alaskan lumberjack.

Ward had to face a lot of struggles before finding his passion and ambition to become an actor in the 1970s.

In Clint Eastwood's 1979 prison escape film "Escape from Alcatraz", he has done his first recognisable character as an actor.

in 1983, "The Right Stuff," launched which proved to be the game-changer for him and transform his complete career within months.

His character as a repairman in 1990 science-fiction comedy "Tremors," was one of the most memorable roles in his career

In it, he and Kevin bacon played flesh-eating worm monsters. the movie's success had given a different direction to him.

"Sweet Home Alabama,"  "Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins," and "The Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult" are among his other cinematic credits.

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