Sunday, May 29, 2011

Jeff Conaway, star of Grease, dies at 60

Jeff Conaway, star of classic movie musical Grease, has died at age 60 after spending two weeks in a coma. In a hospital in Encino (California) ended the career of an artist who became famous for his role in that movie as a protagonist. As reported by TMZ, Conaway suffered an overdose of which could not leave.

The passage of the weeks on life support has caused to be removed any type of mechanical support which caused his death immediately. Dr. Drew, who treated Conaway in Celebrity Rehab program, commented that "It is false that Conaway had died of an overdose. His death is caused by multiple organ failure caused by the continued use of pills.

After several infections, pneumonia and could not overcome the clinical picture but it was not an overdose of illegal drugs. " John Travolta, a fellow of the deceased, said that "Conaway was a beautiful person and I will miss terribly. I want to express my sincere condolences to his family and friends for such a lamentable loss.

" After Grease, the movie that launched him to fame, Conaway appeared in series such as Taxi and several television programs. He had recently collaborated on several reality shows that had brought him some cash flow but his career was turned off for decades.

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