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Walter Olkewicz, ‘Twin Peaks’ and ‘Seinfeld’ actor, dead at 72 – New York Post

Veteran character actor passed away after a 20-year health battle.

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Walter Olkewicz, the gentle giant who stole scenes in “Twin Peaks,” “Seinfeld” and “Grace Under Fire,” has died at 72.
The veteran character actor passed away Tuesday morning at his home in Los Angeles, his son, Zak Olkewicz, confirmed to the Hollywood Reporter.
The co-star of Steven Spielberg’s cult film “1941” and Joel Schumacher’s hit John Grisham adaptation “The Client” died after a 20-year health battle that included a series of knee surgeries that caused infections, resulting in disabilities…

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