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Bill Nunn, Radio Raheem of Spike Lee’s ‘Do a Right Thing,’ dies during 63

Bill Nunn, Radio Raheem of Spike Lee’s ‘Do a Right Thing,’ dies during 63

Bill Nunn, a impression actor best famous for his description of Radio Raheem in executive Spike Lee’s 1989 film “Do a Right Thing,” has died. He was 63.

Nunn’s wife, Donna, reliable his genocide to a Associated Press and pronounced he had been battling cancer.

Word of his genocide first arrived around Instagram and Facebook posts from Lee, who also worked with Nunn on a 1988 film “School Daze,” one of a actor’s his beginning shade appearances.

Lee wrote that “his dear friend,” a classmate during Morehouse College, died Saturday morning in his hometown of Pittsburgh, adding that “Radio Raheem is now resting in energy … May God watch over Bill Nunn.”

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