Glee Star Cory Monteith Dead at 31, Found Alone in Vancouver Hotel Room

Glee Star Cory Monteith Dead at 31, Found Alone in Vancouver Hotel Room

Cory Monteith, who played Finn Hudson in the Fox hit television show Glee, was found dead in a Vancouver hotel room Saturday, Vancouver police said. He was 31. Police stated thar the cause of death was not immediately apparent, but they ruled out foul play. Monteith spent time in rehab earlier this year, checking into a drug addiction treatment facility in April. He had been frank about his struggles with substance abuse, telling Parade Magazine in 2011 that he began using drugs at 13, and by 19 went into rehab after his mother and friends intervened.

Monteith had been on the musical comedy show since it began in 2009. In 2011, he won a Teen Choice Award for top actor in a comedy. The show’s cast won a Screen Actors Guild award for an ensemble in a comedy the prior year.

Cory Monteith’s Greatest “Glee” Performances

Glee: We’ve Got Tonight

Cory Monteith: Can’t Fight This Feeling

Glee: Don’t Stop Believing

Just the Way You Are (Glee Cast)

Glee: Girls Just Want To Have Fun

Glee: Just Can’t Stop Loving You

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Henry: The Inevitable Verdict of Life

Henry: The Inevitable Verdict of Life

Henry is an emotionally touching short film by Quebec actor Yan England, which is a 2013 Oscar Nominee for Best Live-Action Short Film. The film is about an 84-year-old concert pianist suffering from Alzheimer’s, whose life is thrown into turmoil when his wife mysteriously disappears. The aging musician is tossed between feelings of hope and suffering as he searches in vain for his lost love, while reminiscing about their past together.

Henry, which England financed out of his own pocket, is an ambitious attempt to portray the world of worsening dementia from the inside. Gérard Poirier plays the pianist, Henry, and Louise Laprade portrays his wife, Maria. The 29-year-old England says the film was inspired by the experiences of his own grandfather, who developed Alzheimer’s disease and died three years ago at age 96.

Henry: The Inevitable Verdict of Life (Official Trailer)

Henry: The Inevitable Verdict of Life (Full Version, Fr.)

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