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Gary Coleman Dies: Post Your Prayers

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Gary Coleman
This post has been updated from earlier today
Actor Gary Coleman, 42, most famous for his role as Arnold on the 80s sitcom “Diff’rent Strokes,” has died from a brain hemorrhage. He had been on life support.
A rep for Coleman released this statement: “Thanks to everyone for their well wishing and support during this tragic time. Now that Gary has passed, we know he will be missed because of all the love and support shown in the past couple of days. Gary is now at peace and his memory will be kept in the hearts of those who were entertained by him throughout the years.”
This is the second tragedy around “Diff’rent Strokes” in recent memory. Earlier this month, actress Dana Plato’s 25-year-old son Tyler Lambert committed suicide, almost 11 years after Plato took her own life by overdosing on prescription pills.
Visit our sister blog, Prayer Plain and Simple, to read a prayer for Gary Coleman and post your own thoughts and well wishes.
Related Feature:
‘Diff’rent Strokes’ Actor Todd Bridges on His Transformation
Photo credit: Michael Loccisano/Getty Images



  • Somone who cares

    Our prayers are with you and your family. May The Lord comfort you in your time of need. God Bless

  • Edgire Sanon

    My prayers are with you and your family.May The Lord Bless and protect and watch over you during this difficult times.

  • Sherry Vitro

    May god heal the the hearts of those who mourn gary…may his soul rest eternally with the Lord. I will always remember watching different strokes back in the day, I have often used gary’s famous line myself. his memory lives on

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