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Anton Jude passes away

Popular Sri Lankan actor Anton Jude had passed away due to a heart attack last night at around 11.20 p.m. 

Ceylontoday, 2012-03-20 01:59:00

Anton Jude passes away

Popular Sri Lankan actor Anton Jude had passed away due to a heart attack last night at around 11.20 p.m.

The actor had been at a director’s house in Kadawatha when he started experiencing chest pains, a Ragama Hospital official said. He had died immediately after he was admitted, he said.

The body will be handed over to his family without conducting a post mortmem since his diagnosis already exists, the official said.

The multitalented actor was known for the many roles he played in television shows as well as the silver screen. (Ceylon Today online)

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