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Clarke would work with Willis again in Breakfast of Champions, The Whole Nine Yards and Sin City.His industrial-sized build was suited for everything from superhero films (Daredevil) to comedy (Talledega Nights, School for Scoundrels).He reunited with Willis in the little-seen , Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth, who performed CPR on the actor, Duncan survived the attack, but never fully recovered.Duncan died of heart complications (caused by theattack he had suffered two months prior) on September 3, 2012, at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. Encouraged by his mother to pursue acting, he made several minor TV and film appearances before landing a role in 1999's Raised on Chicago's South Side by his mother, Jean, Michael Clarke Duncan studied communications at Alcorn State University in Mississippi.He dropped out and returned to Chicago, working as a ditch digger for a gas company and moonlighting as a bouncer in various South Side nightclubs.
Duncan "suffered a myocardial infarction on July 13 and never fully recovered," the statement said.
The sad news was confirmed by the late star’s representative to TMZ in a statement that both asks for privacy and promises public moments of grieving. Unlike many other actors with physically imposing body shapes, Clarke Duncan was always able to convey a certain softness and nuance in his roles. Whether emotionally affecting in The Green Mile or funny in Talladega Nights, he had the ability to connect with audiences and maximize every moment of screen time.
He was wonderful at his job, and by all accounts, a nice and decent human being.
And although he only turned to acting in his 30s, it's clear from the outpouring of prayers and remembrances he received across the Hollywood and sports worlds that his gentle-giant persona made him much-loved during that relatively brief time.
Tom Hanks, star of 1999's "The Green Mile" — the film that earned a then-little-known Duncan a supporting-actor nomination at the Academy Awards — said he was "terribly saddened at the loss of Big Mike.