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Academy Award-winning actor Karl Malden has died at 97.

According to Washington Post, no causes of death have immediately been disclosed.

He is survived by his wife of 80 years, actress Mona Graham.

Karl Malden's marriage to her was one of the longest in Hollywood.

HeActor Karl Malden Dies at 97�also has two daughters, Mila and Carla, three grand-daughters, and four great-grandchildren.Karl Malden Dies at 97: High-profile Celebrity DeathsKarl Malden is the latest in a series of high-profile celebrity deaths, real and fictional.

Star Search's Ed McMahon died at 86, Charlie's Angel Farrah Fawcett lost her public battle with cancer, while fans are still trying to ascertain the details surrounding King of Pop Michael Jackson's sudden passing.

Adding to the trinity are TV pitchman Billy Mays and voice impressionist Fred Travalena.

Does Karl Malden complete this trinity?Recent weeks have also seen celebrity death hoaxes.

Twitter users propagated rumors of Jeff Goldblum, Britney Spears, Miley Cyrus, George Clooney, and Rick Astley passing.

Yet all are alive and well.These recent high-profile deaths remind us to celebrate their lives, while being thankful for those who are still with us.Karl Malden Dies at 97: Life and CareerKarl Malden's career spans over seven decades.

He is most famous for his movies A Streetcar Named Desire, On the Waterfront, and One-Eyed Jacks, as well as How the West Was Won, Patton, and TV's The Streets of San Francisco.Karl Malden was born Mladen George Sekulovich, later anglicizing his name for the stage.

Native of Chicago, he was the son of a Czech mother and a Serbian father.

Karl Malden found ways to say "Sekulovich" in his movies.

In Dead Ringer, one of his lines was "Sekulovich, gimme my hat."Karl Malden began acting on Broadway in 1937, interrupting his career to serve as a noncommissioned Air Force in World War II.

After the war, he began acting in films The Gunfighter, 1950, the Halls of Montezuma, 1950, and A Streetcar Named Desire.

It was his role as Mitch in A Streetcar Named Desire that won him an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor.
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