The Blacklist and Twin Peaks Actor Clark Middleton Dies at 63

Clark Middleton Dies

Clark Middleton, who is Known for respective roles in the movies Twin Peak, The Blacklist, Law&Order had left the world at the age of 63.


Clark Middleton Dies At The Age Of 63

Clark Middleton had died on Sunday 4th October 2020, the news of his death has been confirmed by Elissa, his wife through social media handles on Monday.


Cause For The Demise

Clark Middleton died due to the West Nile Virus which is found in mosquitoes and is incurable

Statement Of Elissa(Middleton’s wife)

On the twitter handle, Elissa showed her gratitude by thanking everyone for the love and support people they had given to his “Mister” (Clark Middleton)

She goes on by stating that she couldn’t count on how many times Clark has said her that give your best to world and the best will be returned to you he says this along with quoting Mel, his father. She urges everyone to pray and send love to his soul.

Clark Middleton

About Clark Middleton:

Clark has been affected with the juvenile rheumatoid arthritis past from his childhood when he was just four years old.

He was better known for his prominent roles in Twin Peaks, The Blacklist, as well as Kill Bill: Vol. 2. He had worked with several directors like Henry Bean, Richard Linklater, Frank Miller, Quentin Tarantino

Middleton and written and had been the producer for shorts like My Milonga and Idee Fix, Besides being the producer and the writer, He has also directed My Milonga.

Jon Bokenkamp On Clark Middleton’s Demise:

Jon Bokenkamp had been the writer for the Blacklist, he had expressed his grief towards the demise of Clark, he stated him as gifted and a truly unique actor. He further said about him that he is really passionate about his works and was very generous in nature.

He further goes on expressing that he is fortune enough to work with Clark who is his friend too and he will always cherish the memories which he had with him.


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