The American actor Bill Nunn is at the age of 62 died. Nunn is best known for his role as a Radio Naheem in ‘Do The Right Thing’, Spike Lee’s best film from 1989.
Nunn had a role in many films, including ‘Spider-Man’-series and ‘Do the right thing, School Daze’ and ‘He got game’ by director Spike Lee. He was suffering for some time from cancer and died at the age of 62 in his hometown of Pittsburgh.
Lee spent Saturday the news on Instagram account.
Radio Raheem. Let me tell you the story of Right Hand, Left Hand. It’s a tale of good and evil. Hate! It was with this hand that Cane iced his brother. Love! These five fingers, they go straight to the soul of man. The right hand: the hand of love. The story of life is this: static. One hand is always fighting the other hand, and the left hand is kicking much ass. I mean, it looks like the right hand Love is finished. But hold on, stop the presses, the right hand is coming back. Yeah, he got the left hand on the ropes, now, that’s right. Yea, Boom, it’s a devastating right and Hate is hurt, he’s down. Ooh! Ooh! Left-Hand Hate KOed by Love. If I love you, I love you. But if I hate you…Mookie: there it is, Love and Hate. Raheem I love you bruh…
Nunn made his debut in Lee’s musicalcomedy ‘School Daze’, in 1988. She also shared later few times in the film. In the three movies of Spider-Man he played the supporting role of Joseph Robbie Robertson.