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Kanye West sued by photographer after throwing her phone

Photog sues Kanye

Kanye West is being sued by a paparazzo.

The 45-year-old rap star was being pursued by photographer Nichol Lechmanik when he confronted her and grabbed her cellphone but she is now taking him to court as she claims that his actions have left a long-lasting impact.

At a press conference on Thursday, she said: "He reached into my car as if he were going to hit me, he grabbed my phone out of my hand and then angrily threw it into the street. He caused so much fear that I have not been the same since.He has no right to assault me, batter me or cause me to be afraid to pursue my profession.

"I want Ye to know that he cannot do what he did to me without facing consequences. I am determined to stand up for myself to let him know that he must change his abhorrent behaviour. I’ve never had any other incident happen like this with any other celebrity… I want people to know is that there are good people that do this profession.

"We’re mindful of the celebrities. We’re always concerned of their well being. I would never do any harm."

In her lawsuit, Nichol also claims that she has suffered "great mental and emotional pain" as a result of the alleged incident and that the 'Jesus Walks' rapper - who legally changed his name to Ye in 2021 - has a "reputation for violence" against photographers.

The lawsuit states: "Given Defendant Ye’s reputation for violence against photographers, his history of physically harming them, and based on his threatening body language, Plaintiff became fearful for the photographers safety. She did not want to get out of her car because she was afraid of Defendant Ye.

"He reached into Plaintiff’s car and ripped her phone out of her hands. As he did so, Plaintiff was fearful Defendant Ye had a weapon or would strike her."

Meanwhile, Nichol's attorney Gloria Allred claimed that Kanye needs to remember he was in a public place when the incident took place - where anyone has the "right" to film - and suggested that the 'Donda' rapper "stays home" to retain his privacy.

She said: "Professional photographers who earn their living by being photographers have the right to do that without being interfered with by a celebrity. He can express his displeasure using words, but he does not have a right to grab someone else’s property — in fact, that property being that tool used by a photographer to make his or her living as a photographer — and stop them from earning a living by filming what is going on at that moment.

"He needs to understand he was in a public place. The street is a public place. Anyone has the right to film in a public place. If he doesn’t want to take the risk of being filmed, he can choose to stay in his home where he’ll have privacy."

Rod Stewart abandons sale of music catalogue

Stewart halts catalogue sale

Rod Stewart has called off the sale of his music catalogue to Hipgnosis Songs Fund.

The 78-year-old music legend had reportedly spent two years negotiating a deal with the company's founder and CEO Merck Mercuriadis.

However, the 'Handbags and Gladrags' hitmaker decided that Hipgnosis - which has already bought the rights to music by Bruce Springsteen, Justin Bieber and Lindsey Buckingham - was not the right owner for his "life's work".

In a statement, he said: “This catalogue represents my life’s work.

“And it became abundantly clear after much time and due diligence that this was not the right company to manage my song catalogue, career or legacy.”

No further details about the proposed deal were made public, such as the price and how much of his catalogue he was planning to part with.

Rod is one of the best-selling stars on the planet, having sold more 250 million records worldwide.

His hits from his six-decade-spanning career include 'Maggie May', 'Tonight’s the Night (Gonna Be Alright)', 'All for Love', 'Da Ya Think I’m Sexy?', 'Forever Young', and 'One More Time'.

Whilst there was no sale this time, Rod will soon have a new source of income, selling his own blended Scotch Whisky brand.

The rock star has created a line of the distilled spirit in partnership with the newly-launched brand Wolfie's which he believes depicts the "carefree behaviour" of his earlier life, and he wants to "let the good times roll" with the tipple.

He said: "Wolfie’s is a rascal of a thing and with just a sip the whisky takes you back to the good old days. Fine-tuned and perfectly balanced, Wolfie’s is a delight both over ice and mixed into a favourite cocktail. It’s a fine tipple, whether you’re partying with friends, celebrating a Celtic win or reminiscing with family. For me, Wolfie’s depicts the carefree behaviour of my more mischievous days and the excitement of what life still has to offer – let the good times roll."

The 'Do Ya Think I'm Sexy?' hitmaker has even referenced the opening track from his 1991 album 'Vagabond Heart' with the project as the lyrics to 'Rhythm of My Heart' have been emblazoned onto the bottle, the song itself serving as a nod to his own Scottish heritage.

Wolfie’s will be available to buy online for £35 from Monday 19 June, and in the meantime, fans are encouraged to sign up at www.wolfiesiscoming.com to gain access to an exclusive presale from Friday 16 June.

Billy Joel to end Madison Square Garden residency next year

Joel to end marathon

Billy Joel will end his Madison Square Garden residency in July 2024.

The 74-year-old singer has performed at the New York venue almost monthly since January 2014 but at a press conference on Thursday, he announced the final 10 shows of his run, with the final date marking his 104th show as part of the concert series and his 150th performance at the iconic stadium, which he first played at in 1978.

Billy told reporters he was "kind of flabbergasted" that his residency "lasted as long as it did".

He added: “My team tells me that we could continue to sell tickets, but 10 years, 150 shows… all right already!”

The 'Piano Man' singer residency's only major disruption came during the COVID-19 pandemic, when he was forced to take an 18-month break from the stage, and each one of his shows has sold out.

New York City Mayor Eric Adams said at the press conference: “There’s only one thing that’s more New York than Billy Joel – and that’s a Billy Joel concert at MSG."

Madison Square Garden hailed Billy's "extraordinary talent" and insisted he will "always" have a home at the venue.

Executive Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of MSG Entertainment James Dolan said in a statement: “Billy Joel’s franchise run has made history – not only for Madison Square Garden, but also for the music industry overall.

"150 sold out lifetime shows is a remarkable achievement, and speaks to Billy’s extraordinary talent, beloved catalog, and dedicated fanbase. Billy always has a home here at MSG even though the residency is coming to an end with his 150th lifetime performance.”

The 'Uptown Girl' singer previously expressed his amazement that people continue to come and see him perform, despite the fact he hasn't released an album of original material for more than 30 years.

He told Rolling Stone magazine in 2019: “I’ve gone onstage and said, ‘I don’t have anything new for you, so we’re just going to play the old s***'. And the audience goes, ‘Yeah!’

"I’ll be sitting in the stadium looking out at 30,000, 40,000, 50,000 people, thinking, ‘What the hell are they all doing here? Why now?’ I guess, in a way, I’m an anachronism. There aren’t that many of me left. There’s a rarity to it, which gives it value.”


Brad Pitt accuses Angelina Jolie of trying to damage his reputation in new court filing

Brad accuses Angelina

Brad Pitt has accused Angelina Jolie of selling her stake in their winery to "intentionally damage" his reputation.

The former couple have been locked in a dispute after the 'Maleficent' actress sold off a share in their Chateau Miraval wine business to Tenute del Mondo, a subsidiary of Stoli Group, prompting her ex-husband to take legal action after claiming they had a "mutual and binding commitment" to never sell their part of the business without the other's permission.

But according to court documents filed in Los Angeles this week and obtained by DailyMail.com, the 59-year-old actor only discovered Angelina had "secretly" sold her half of the company to a "Russian oligarch" when a press release issued in 2021 announced he had new business partners.

The documents argued: "As will be demonstrated at trial, Jolie's actions were unlawful, severely and intentionally damaging Pitt and unjustly enriching herself."

In his revised complaint, the 'Bullet Train' actor insisted he had first refusal on his ex-wife's share of the winery, which is situated in the South of France, and by selling to a company ultimately owned by Uri Shefler, Brad argued the brand became linked to Russia, its homophobic laws and the war against Ukraine, potentially tarnishing Chateau Miraval's name.

The filing stated Angelina "initially recognised" she could either allow Brad to buy her out or they had to sell jointly, and agreed dividing the business up 68 to 38 percent in the 'Fight Club' star's favour was fair because of his bigger investment.

But the documents added: "In the summer of 2021, amid a heated child custody dispute with Pitt, Jolie terminated those discussions and secretly purported to sell a 50% stake in the family home and family business to Tenute del Mondo.

"Tenute del Mondo is part of the Russia-affiliated spirits conglomerate Stoli Group, which is owned and controlled by billionaire Yuri Shefler. Shefler, who has been designated as an 'oligarch in the Russian Federation' by the U.S. Treasury Department, had previously sought to buy Miraval, and Pitt had turned him down.

"Pitt learned of Jolie's putative sale to Stoli by way of a press release announcing that Stoli was 'thrilled to have a position alongside Brad Pitt as curators' of Miraval rosé.

"That was by design: Jolie collaborated in secret with Shefler and his associates to pursue and then consummate the purported sale, ensuring that Pitt would be kept in the dark as Stoli and Jolie knowingly violated Pitt's and Mondo Bongo's contractual rights and forced a stranger into Pitt's family home."

In her own counterclaim, the 47-year-old actress accused Brad of trying to force her into selling to his Mondo Bongo company on "unreasonable terms" and launching a smear campaign that Shefler was "an ally of Vladimir Putin", as well as alleging he hid assets and squandered the company's funds on vanity projects including a swimming pool and a staircase that was rebuilt four times.

Brad's lawyers hit back: "The only thing that Jolie's Cross-Complaint gets right is that she and Pitt purchased Château Miraval as a 'loving home for their six children.

"As set forth in Plaintiffs' Second Amended Complaint, Pitt and Jolie had a mutual and binding commitment, reflected by their conduct and statements to one another over time, that they would hold Miraval together and, if the time came, that they would sell their interests separately only with the other's consent."

The 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' hunk's revised complaint goes on to accuse co-defendant Shefler of destabilising the winery's operations and plotting a hostile takeover.

The documents stated: "Shefler's Russia-affiliated spirits conglomerate has been the subject of repeat boycotts in connection with Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine and homophobic legislative agenda.

"While Shefler may be seeking to launder his reputation by forcing a partnership with one of the world's most well-known and popular actors, affiliation with Shefler and Stoli jeopardizes the reputation of the business.

"All of this is the direct result of Stoli's and Jolie's secretive, unlawful and tortious conduct and that of others acting with them."

Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck buy spectacular mansion in Beverly Hills

Jen and Ben buy mansion

Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck have bought a home in Beverly Hills for $60 million.

The 53-year-old star and Ben, 50, have spent an eye-watering sum of money on the 46,000 square-foot mansion, according to TMZ.

The loved-up couple - who tied the knot in 2022 - actually acquired the spectacular property for $15 million less than the asking price.

The mansion - which is known as the Wallingford estate - boasts as many as 12 bedrooms and 24 bathrooms.

The property also features a 12-car garage, a 5,000 square-foot guest penthouse and a two-bedroom guard house.

What's more, the mansion has a sports lounge, a gym and a bar.

Jennifer and Ben's new home was first listed on the market back in 2018, when the owners priced it at $135 million. However, the property was re-listed again earlier this year, and it's now been sold for well below the asking price.

Meanwhile, Ben recently joked that Jennifer looks like she's "20 years old".

The movie star revealed that his wife's exceptional "work ethic" is one of the keys to her youthful appearance.

Ben said on 'The Drew Barrymore Show': "She works out. I mean, I work out, too. But I don't magically appear to be 20 years old, you know what I mean?

"There's no taking away the work ethic. The work ethic is real, the discipline is very real. But also the superhuman thing is real. She's the most gorgeous woman in the world, she looks spectacular."

Despite this, Ben revealed that Jennifer still has a fairly relaxed approach to her diet.

The actor - who first dated Jennifer in the early 2000s - said: "Jennifer just eats whatever she wants.

"Whatever she wants. Pizza, cookies, ice cream. Everything."

It's hard to date in the public eye, says Kim Kardashian

Dating is hard, says Kim

Kim Kardashian finds it "hard" to date someone in the public eye.

The 42-year-old star has revealed that herself and Pete Davidson, her ex-boyfriend, actually discussed the challenge of maintaining a healthy relationship while also filming her reality TV series.

During the latest episode of 'The Kardashians', Kim explained: "It's hard when you start dating someone and you're on a reality show, so Pete and I had that conversation right away.

"You obviously know what you're getting yourself into. But then the fans were like, 'Pete's not on the show!' and I was like, 'We said that from the start, it's not what he does.' Then I opened up, then I had him on the show. I talked about every last thing, what else do you want?"

The brunette beauty wanted the comedian to be comfortable around the TV cameras during their romance.

Kim - who split from Pete in 2022, after nine months of dating - said: "I'm not gonna meet someone and be like, 'Pause! Before we really get to a place, will you be on my show?' And he was still on, guys! He was on at what level he was comfortable with."

Earlier this year, meanwhile, an insider revealed that Kim's family are keen to see her find love.

The reality star - who was married to rapper Kanye West between 2014 and 2022 - hasn't publicly dated anyone since splitting from Pete, but her family hope that she'll soon return to the dating scene.

A source told 'Entertainment Tonight': "Her family is encouraging her to get back out there again and everyone just wants her to be happy and continue to succeed in all ways."

Paramore's Hayley Williams breaks up fight mid-concert

Halts gig to stop fight

Paramore's Hayley Williams dealt with a pair of fans fighting mid-song at Madison Square Garden this week.

The 34-year-old singer paused their performance of 'Figure 8' at the famous New York City venue on Tuesday night to try and stop the gig-goers and admitted she was not afraid to "embarrass" them.

She said: “What is happening?

“Yes, I will embarrass both of you. Both of you need to find somewhere else to take care of that s*** because that’s not happening here tonight, this is our house."

She asked them: “How are you gonna disrupt one of our favourite songs to play at our show?”

Hayley then asked the crowd: “By the way, what you were doing in that pre-chorus when you were screaming it like you’re at a hardcore show?"

The band proceeded with the concert after the audience let them know the pair had been sorted out.

The brawl comes after a man "physically and verbally assaulted multiple women" at their Salt Lake City concert last year.

Hayley and co were unaware of the alleged incidents while on stage at The Great Saltair in Utah on October 4, as it all happened out of their view.

The abusive man was restrained and escorted out of the venue by security.

And the rock band later apologised to those who were abused or witnessed the acts of "violence, homophobia and bigotry".

Paramore said that had they seen the assaults, the 'Misery Business' hitmakers would have stopped the show immediately.

They wrote: “At last night’s show in SLC, we were made aware of an incident that happened in the crowd while we were on stage.

“A man physically and verbally assaulted multiple women, including an engaged couple at our show. Our security team and venue staff were made aware and were able to restrain and remove him.

“We did not realise this was happening, as the incident took place out of view from stage. Had we seen any of this happening, we would have stopped the show until the situation was under control.

“PARAMORE DOES NOT CONDONE violence, homophobia, or bigotry of any kind. It is supremely unwelcome in our community and has no place at our shows. To the fans who were hurt by or who witnessed what happened last night, we are so sorry. We hope that you know we will always do anything we can to protect you and make you feel celebrated.

Freddie Mercury’s unseen handwritten drafts for Queen’s biggest hits going under hammer

Mercury’s drafts to be sold

Freddie Mercury’s unseen handwritten working drafts for Queen’s biggest hits are being exhibited and sold at auction.

They will be unveiled for the first time on Thursday (01.06.23) at Sotheby’s New York, before being taken to Los Angeles and Hong Kong and the manuscripts will then return to London as part of a month-long exhibition in August prior to their sale in ‘Freddie Mercury: A World of his Own’ in September, nearly 32 years after the singer’s death on 24 November 1991 aged 45.

Sotheby’s said: “These sensational pages reveal the genesis of a roll call of Queen songs – most created during a burst of great creativity in the mid-1970s – which, almost fifty years on, continue to resonate throughout contemporary culture.

“They include ‘Don’t Stop Me Now’, ‘Somebody to Love’, ‘We are the Champions’, and ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’, which spills its secrets over 15 extraordinary pages of lyrics and melodies, even revealing a possible alternative title to the song.

“In scope, quality and exceptional provenance, the collection of lyrics together afford an unprecedented glimpse into the creative mind of one of the 20th-century’s most influential song-writers.”

The pages come from Freddie’s personal collection which has been preserved and treasured at his beloved former London home of Garden Lodge. Sotheby’s added: “Together, they take us on a journey of discovery right to the heart of Mercury as a creative artist, providing glimpses of the alternative forms these most celebrated songs may have taken, and even – in the case of one unpublished early notebook pre-dating Queen’s first record deal – revealing ideas for songs that were never released.”

Dr Gabriel Heaton, Sotheby’s books and manuscripts specialist said: “Freddie Mercury’s spectacular performances and songs are rightly remembered and celebrated around the world. However, thanks to the emergence of this extraordinary group of early handwritten lyrics we can now also fully appreciate the absolute skill as a lyricist which complemented his consummate showmanship, cementing his standing as one of the greatest songwriters of his generation – and beyond.

“Early drafts such as these are easily lost or discarded, so the rare survival of these manuscripts provides us with fascinating insights into how his songs were developed and put together, as well as reminding us of their musical complexity and sophistication. The revelations in these pages include the extensive redrafting which was part of his songwriting process, and his astonishing detailed attention to plans for the vocal harmonies that are such a distinctive feature of Queen’s sound.

“The care and detail of these drafts is all the more remarkable when they relate to a man who so often downplayed his composition process.

“The pages bear witness to the many hours he put into perfecting his craft, as he experiments and plays with language, and hones and shapes the lyrics and harmonies for these songs which, for many of us, have simply always been there in our lives. While the working lyrics of several great rock and pop songs of the 20th century have come to auction before, to see so many hits presented together and all coming directly from the collection of the artist themself, marks a truly special, and unequivocally rare, moment.”

Bruce Willis’ daughter Tallulah knew something was wrong with dementia-stricken dad ‘for a long time’ before diagnosis

Willis’ daughter sensed it

Bruce Willis’ daughter sensed something was wrong with her dementia-stricken dad “for a long time” before he was diagnosed with a rare form of the condition.

Tallulah Willis, 29, who father-of-five ‘Die Hard’ actor Bruce, 68, had with his ex-wife Demi Moore, 60, spoke about noticing the early signs he was sick before his family publicly announced his illness in March 2022 as part of a long essay she wrote for Vogue magazine.

She said: “I’ve known that something was wrong for a long time. It started out with a kind of vague unresponsiveness, which the family chalked up to Hollywood hearing loss: ‘Speak up!’ Die Hard messed with Dad’s ears.

“Later that unresponsiveness broadened, and I sometimes took it personally.”

Tallulah added she felt like her dad had “lost interest” in her when he had his two daughters, Mabel, 11, and Evelyn, eight, with his second wife, Emma Heming Willis, 44, and was struggling with an eating disorder as his condition worsened.

She said about her fear he was focusing too much on his new family: “Though this couldn’t have been further from the truth, my adolescent brain tortured itself with some faulty maths: I’m not beautiful enough for my mother, I’m not interesting enough for my father…I admit that I have met Bruce’s decline in recent years with a share of avoidance and denial that I’m not proud of.

“The truth is that I was too sick myself to handle it. For the last four years, I have suffered from anorexia nervosa, which I’ve been reluctant to talk about because, after getting sober at age 20, restricting food has felt like the last vice that I got to hold on to… by the spring of 2022, I weighed about 84 pounds.

“I was always freezing. I was calling mobile IV teams to come to my house, and I couldn’t walk in my Los Angeles neighbourhood because I was afraid of not having a place to sit down and catch my breath.”

She insisted she can now bring “an energy that’s bright and sunny” to Bruce and can “savour” time with him.

Tallulah added: “I know that trials are looming, that this is the beginning of grief, but that whole thing about loving yourself before you can love somebody else – it’s real.”

Bruce’s family announced he had frontotemporal dementia, known as FTD, in a statement signed by Emma Heming Willis, Demi Moore, and his five daughters, who also include Rumer, 34, and Scout, 31.

It said: “Unfortunately, challenges with communication are just one symptom of the disease Bruce faces.

“While this is painful, it is a relief to finally have a clear diagnosis.

“Today there are no treatments for the disease, a reality that we hope can change in the years ahead. As Bruce’s condition advances, we hope that any media attention can be focused on shining a light on this disease that needs far more awareness and research.”

Al Pacino ‘demanded paternity test to check he is dad of his girlfriend Noor Alfallah’s baby’

Pacino sought paternity test

Al Pacino reportedly demanded a paternity test to check he is the dad of his girlfriend Noor Alfallah’s baby.

The 83-year-old ‘Godfather’ actor – whose 29-year-old partner is reported to have discovered two months ago she was expecting his fourth child – is said to have thought he was unable to be father due to a medical issue that typically causes infertility.

TMZ also reported Noor took the test, which proved he is the father.

Al is said to have been “shocked” when he found out he was going to be a dad again.

Page Six said the actor “declined comment” when it asked about TMZ’s report.

News broke on 30 May Al and Noor were expecting a child together, with TMZ saying she is eight months pregnant.

The actor and Noor – the ex-girlfriend of Sir Mick Jagger – first sparked relationship rumours in April 2022 when they were seen eating together at the Felix Trattoria in Venice, California.

Insiders have told Page Six they had been dating since the COVID-19 pandemic.

The outlet’s source said she “mostly dates” older men, adding: “She has been with Al for some time and they get on very well.

“The age gap doesn’t seem to be a problem, even though he is older than her father.”

It’s reportedly unclear whether the couple are still together, with an insider telling Showbiz411 they have “no relationship.”

The source alleged Al “thought their relationship was over a long time ago” and has had “lawyers… working on this for months” – but the pair were last photographed together this April.

Al’s other children are daughter Julie, 33, who he had with Jan Tarrant as well as twins Olivia and son Anton, 22, who he had with Beverly D’Angelo, but it seems this is Noor’s first child.

Kim Cattrall reprises Samantha Jones role for 'And Just Like That'

Cattrall reprises Samantha

Kim Cattrall will appear in the second season of 'And Just Like That'.

The 66-year-old actress - who has been locked in a feud with former co-star Sarah Jessica Parker for years - has reportedly reprised her 'Sex and the City' role of Samantha Jones for the finale of the upcoming season of the HBO Max spin-off.

However, according to Variety, Kim will only appear in one scene and she shot her dialogue in New York City on March 22 without seeing or speaking to any of the rest of the cast or showrunner Michael Patrick King.

In Kim's cameo, Samantha - who has moved to London - will have a phone conversation with Sarah Jessica's Carrie Bradshaw, after season one saw the characters exchange text messages and make a plan to see one another.

While legendary 'SATC' costume designer Patricia Field hasn't been working on 'And Just Like That', she dressed Kim for her scene.

Last June, showrunner Michael confirmed Samantha would be part of a story in season two, but at the time Kim wasn't expected to return.

Asked if Samantha and Carrie would be in contact in the next set of episodes, he told Variety: "Yes!"

The two characters met off-screen during the finale after Carrie scattered Mr. Big's ashes, and Michael admitted each writer on the show "has a different version of what happened" during their reunion.

He said: "It’s very funny, because every single one of the writers has a different version of what happened during that conversation.

“So, I think there was some Champagne. I think there was a grownup back and forth, and a love affair that they realised that something’s more important than being afraid to heal.

"I’m sure they had a great night. To me, they had a great night and things became resolved. Once Carrie let go of an old, old love, one of her current loves came back in.”

Kim previously claimed she only found out about 'And Just Like That...' when fans did.

She insisted: “I was never asked to be part of the reboot. I made my feelings clear after the possible third movie, so I found out about it like everyone else did — on social media.”

Kim has been locked in a feud with her former co-star Sarah for several years and she insisted she never considered her castmates to be her friends.

She said of their relationship: “I guess it’s how you define friends. I think we were colleagues. My colleagues aren’t my friends. It was professional.”

Pirates of the Caribbean star Sergio Calderon dies aged 77

'Pirates' star dead at 77

'Pirates of the Caribbean' star Sergio Calderon has died aged 77.

The actor, who also starred in 'Men In Black', died of natural causes in Los Angeles on Wednesday.

Calderon's career spanned six decades and he starred in more than 40 Hollywood movies, after making the move from his native Mexico.

Calderon made his on-screen debut in 1970, when he starred in 'The Bridge in the Jungle', shot in his homeland.

He subsequently made the switch to Los Angeles and established himself in the American movie industry.

Calderon's career included appearances in movies such as 'The Revengers', 'The Children of Sanchez', 'Old Gringo', 'The Missing', and 'Little Fockers'.

What's more, he appeared as Malavida Valdese on the premiere episode of 'The A-Team' in 1983.

He is perhaps best known for starring alongside Johnny Depp and Keira Knightley as Captain Vallenueva in 2007's 'Pirates of the Caribbean 3: At World’s End'.

Calderon – who also appeared alongside Will Smith in 1997's 'Men in Black' – recently revealed that he relished the challenge of playing villainous characters.

Speaking to the Los Angeles Times newspaper, he said: "I love to play those types of characters, because people really hate me.

"They tell me in the streets how much they hate me. But to me, that is my success. Because that means I was able to convince people with what I performed."

Calderon also appreciated the support of his fans.

He added: "If I can make them cry and I can make them laugh, then maybe I’m a good actor."

Calderon is survived by his wife, Karen Dakin, and his children Patrick and Johanna.

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