Stage and screen actor Mark Blum died on Wednesday in Manhattan due to complications with coronavirus (COVID-19), according to a statement released by the screen actors guild. He was 69.

Blum starred in the movies Desperately Seeking Susan and Crocodile Dundee. More recently, he appeared in the Netflix series You, the HBO series Succession and the Amazon Prime series Mozart in the Jungle.

He was a big player in the Off Broadway scene, often a part of Playwright Horizon’s cast of characters.

He also appeared on Broadway in the revival of Twelve Angry Men and most recently in the play The Assembled Parties in 2013.

He is survived by his wife, Janet Zarish; his mother; and his sister, Nancy Blum Litt.

Some of his past co-stars remembered his legacy on Twitter:

The Broadway community also lost playwright Terrence McNally this week to the coronavirus, he was 81.

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