John Carroll’s Death – Cause and Date

Born (Birthday)

Jul 17, 1906

Death Date

Apr 24, 1979

Age of Death

72 years

Cause of Death

Leukemia

Place of Death

Apr 24, 1979

Profession

Movie Actor

The movie actor John Carroll died at the age of 72. Here is all you want to know, and more!

Biography - A Short Wiki

American actor and singer who was known for starring in several Western films throughout the 1930s including as Zorro in the 1937 film Zorro Rides Again.

He was married twice and had a daughter, Julianna.

Quotes

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“There are times when there’s been some discontent and muttered threats from audience members. I take no notice, and in any case, I always have John Carroll around to deflect unpleasantness.” (Stephen Hendry)

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“The fear that you come to a show called ‘American Horror Story’ with is yours. That being said, I’m glad people are afraid, and I hope that I’m contributing to their fear. I’m really not afraid of my own darkness anymore. I’m not afraid of what I’m capable of.” (John Carroll Lynch)

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“Breathing is always key in any character. When you have a character with no voice, that makes it even more important.” (John Carroll Lynch)

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“I don’t go to horror movies. I walked out of ‘The Exorcist,’ man.” (John Carroll Lynch)

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“I heard from other people on Twitter that they’re very excited about Twisty Halloween costumes, and all I can think is, ‘You people are nuts!'” (John Carroll Lynch)