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Scarface Actor Robert Loggia Dies at 85

We'll miss you, Robert Loggia.

Shelli Weinstein

Actor Robert Loggia, the man behind Scarface's drug lord Frank Lopez, has died at age 85, Varietyreports.

Loggia had been battling Alzheimer's for the past five years, and passed away peacefully at home on Friday after his health took a downturn earlier in the week.

On the big screen, Loggia has appeared in An Officer and a Gentleman, Independence Day and Big, in which he played on the giant piano with Tom Hanks. Loggia was also nominated for an Emmy in 1989 for his performance as FBI agent Nick Mancuso in Mancuso FBI, and again in 2000 for his guest role on Malcolm in the Middle.

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His family has asked for donations to be made to the Motion Picture and Television Fund.