Fred Ward, a veteran actor of television and film, including The Right Stuff, Tremors and The Player, died on May 8, at the age of 79.So far there's no official word onan exact cause of death.Alec Baldwin is the latest of Ward's many former colleagues and friends to take to social media to share a heartfelt tribute after getting word of his passing.
Baldwin shares tribute: Alec Baldwin, 64, shared a heartfelt tribute to Fred Ward, six days after he passed away at the age of 79Seemingly laying on his bed in a very relaxed state, Baldwin, 64, began his selfie video by sharing how he made a movie with Ward in 1988 called Miami Blues.Baldwin played the character Frederick J.
Frenger Jr., while Ward portrayed Sgt. Hoke Moseley.The film was released two years later in 1990. After meeting with Ward ahead of time, the two eventually went down to Miami to shoot theneo-noir black comedy crime drama, which was produced by the late Jonathan Demme and written and directed by Demme's friend George Armitage.'We went down to Miami.
I think it was in the fall of 1988,' Baldwin recalled, before adding that the film ended up being 'one of the great experiences of my life.' High praise: 'We went down to Miami.Read more on dailymail.co.uk