Gary Coleman: 1968 - 2010. Gary died at the age of 42 of a brain hemorrhage he suffered after a fall in his home. He was best known for his role in the TV sitcom Different Strokes. Of the 4 actors on the show, only Todd Bridges is still with us.
Gary Coleman dans Arnolds et Willis
Gary Coleman (2/8/68 - 5/28/2010)American actor, known for his childhood role as Arnold Jackson in the American sitcom Diff'rent Strokes and for his small stature as an adult. He was described in the 1980s as "one of television's most promising stars".
Diff’rent Strokes Star Gary Coleman Dies at 42
Gary Coleman 1968 - 2010. "I would not give my first 15 years to my worst enemy, and I don't even have a worst enemy." Passed away from a seizure after falling down the stairs and hitting his head at the age of 42.
Gary Coleman and Mr. T - "I pity the fool..."
Gary Coleman 42-year-old actor died of a brain hemorrhage on May 28, 2010, after suffering an epidural hematoma from a fall at home. A sad end to a very bright and talented, but very troubled and bitter, child star who, at his peak, brought such joy to TV audiences.
Frank McKlusky, C.I. Movie Poster 27x40 Used Dolly Parton, Gary Coleman, Emmanuel Lewis, Taylor Hanson, Pat O'Brien, Andy Richter, Zac Hanson, Patrick Cranshaw, Iva Hasperger, Randy Quaid, Adam Gregor, George Lopez,Tracy Morgan, Scott Baio, Lou Ferrigno
Famous Child Actors of '50s, '60s, '70s Where Are They Now
Gary Coleman..DIFF’RENT STROKES: Tiny, feisty Coleman played Arnold, the younger of two brothers adopted by a rich white businessman. His catchphrase (“Whatchoo talkin’ about, Willis?”) still resonates. Health and money problems plagued him after the show. He died of a brain hemorrhage in 2010 at 42.
Gary Coleman...who can ever forget his famous..."what you talkin' about Willis?"