Feb 3, 2014

Troubled Last Months Of Tragic Phillip Seymour Hoffman

Troubled Last Months Of Tragic Phillip Seymour Hoffman, Following the actor’s tragic death over the weekend, pictures of the him at the Sundance Film Festival a few weeks ago show that he clearly wasn’t himself.

The father-of-three appeared dishevelled and troubled as he posed for photos on the red carpet and declined to do interviews with the press.

Wearing a baggy brown corduroy jacket with checked trousers and UGG boots, Hoffman rarely smiled as he stood in front of the cameras with his hands in his pockets and almost seemed uncomfortable with being in the public eye.

The father-of-three declined to speak to press at the film festival

Mr Katz and a female friend apparently found Hoffman in his underwear on the bathroom floor at apartment 4D, 35 Bethune Street around 11:30 a.m – and he allegedly still had a syringe in his arm.

After remaining in the apartment all day, the actor’s body was pictured being removed from the building just before 7pm.

It has since emerged that Hoffman seemed “totally fine” when he was spotted enjoying dinner with friends the night before his death.

Hoffman with director Anton Corbijn, Willem Dafoe, Rachel McAdams and Grigoriy Dobrygin

Anton Corbijn, who directed Hoffman in ‘A Most Wanted Man’, said the actor seemed to be “in a good place” when he spent time with him a fortnight ago.

“We spent some time together only wish them much strength coping with the loss of this truly great man as a father and partner.”