Filmmaker Paul Mazursky, the five-time Oscar nominee most famous for films such as "Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice" and "An Unmarried Woman," has passed away. According to a family spokesperson, he died of pulmonary cardiac arrest Monday in Los Angeles. He was 84.
Mazursky's last theatrical release came nearly 20 years ago with the Chazz Palminteri adaptation "Faithful" but he has maintained a guest actor presence in film and television ever since. (And before -- in fact, a young Mazursky can be seen all the way back in Stanley Kubrick's 1953 film "Fear and D...
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