Philip Seymour Hoffman
Oscar-winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman was found dead in his New York City apartment at the age of 46.
Philip Seymour Hoffman
Philip Seymour Hoffman was found dead in his New York City apartment. Hoffman, 46, won an Acedemy Award for best actor for 2005's "Capote." He was nominated for Oscars three other times for "The Master," "Doubt" and "Charlie Wilson's War."
Law & Order
Hoffman played the character Steven Hanauer on an episode of "Law & Order" in 1991.
Scent of a Woman
Hoffman played a supporting role in the 1992 film "Scent of a Woman," a drama that was nominated for three Golden Globes. The film starred Al Pacino, who won the Academy Award for best actor for his role in the film.
Hoffman played the role of Scotty J., a shy and overweight member of a film crew, in the 1997 film "Boogie Nights." The film was nominated for three Academy Awards, and won a Golden Globe.
The Talented Mr. Ripley
Hoffman played the role of Freddie Miles, in the 1999 movie "The Talented Mr. Ripley." The film, which was adapted from a book, was nominated for five Oscars.
In the 1999 film "Magnolia," Hoffman played a nurse, Phil Parma. The director of the film, Paul Thomas Anderson, was also the writer and director of the film "Boogie Nights," which was released two years earlier and featured Hoffman as a supporting character.
"Punch-Drunk Love" was a 2002 romantic comedy, in which Hoffman played a supporting role as a man who doubled as the owner of a mattress store and the manager of a phone-sex line.
In this undated publicity photo released by Sony Pictures Classics, Hoffman portrays writer Truman Capote in a scene from the film, "Capote." He won a best actor Oscar in 2005 for his work in the film.
Hoffman poses with the Oscar he won for best actor for his work in "Capote" at the 78th Academy Awards on Sunday, March 5, 2006, in Los Angeles.
Mission: Impossible III
Hoffman played an arms dealer under investigation in the 2006 film "Mission: Impossible III" alongside actor Tom Cruise.
Charlie Wilson's War
Hoffman starred in the 2007 drama "Charlie Wilson's War," which recounted the story of U.S. Congressman Charlie Wilson and his partnership with a CIA operative. Hoffman played the CIA agent Gust Avrakotos, and was nominated for an Oscar and a Golden Globe for that performance.
In this image released by Miramax Film Corp., Philip Seymour Hoffman stars as Father Flynn, right, and Meryl Streep as Sister Aloysius, left, in a scene from "Doubt." The 2008 film was nominated for five Oscars and five Golden Globes.
Hoffman played the Art Howe, the Athletics' manager, in the 2011 film "Moneyball," which told the story of the Oakland A's baseball team.
The Ides of March
In the 2011 political drama "The Ides of March," Hoffman played Paul Zara, a senior campaign manager for the Governor of Pennsylvania, played by George Clooney. Ryan Gosling, who played the junior campaign manager, also starred in the film.
With a whopping 75 nominations for various awards, the 2012 film "The Master" featured Hoffman as a leader of philosophical movent known as "The Cause." Hoffman was nominated for an Oscar for his work in the film.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
This image released by Lionsgate shows Philip Seymour Hoffman as Plutarch Heavensbee, left, and Woody Harrelson as Haymitch Abernathy in a scene from "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire."
A Most Wanted Man
This photo provided by the Sundance Institute shows Philip Seymour Hoffman, right, and Rachel McAdams, front, in a scene from the film, "A Most Wanted Man," which premiered at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. After appearing in over 50 movies, 46-year-old Hoffman says working on “A Most Wanted Man” was one of the most satisfying movie-making experiences he’d ever had.