Frank Pesce, an actor who appeared in such legendary films as Top Gun, Midnight Run and Beverly Hills Cop, has died at the age of 75.
Pesce’s girlfriend, Tammy Scher, told Deadline that the actor died Feb. 6 in Burbank, California. The cause was complications of dementia. She said her quote “They make movies about guys like me” will be her epitaph. He is survived by Scher, his brother Vito Pese, two nieces and his sister-in-law. His funeral is scheduled for Feb. 18 in the Bronx.
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Frank Pesce, a beloved character actor whose many credits included 'Top Gun,' 'Beverly Hills Cop,' and 'Paradise Alley,' has died at 75. https://t.co/XRNkHV7WKP
— Entertainment Weekly (@EW) February 16, 2022
The sad news was given to Deadline by his partner, Tammy Scher who reported that Pesce died on February 6 in Burbank from complications related to senile dementia.
Pesce began his career in the mid-1970s when he appeared as a guest on the television series Police Story and Kojak. He then went on to appear in the early Stallone films, Rocky and Paradise Ally.
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