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Dog Actor, Known as the Biggest Canine Star in Hollywood, Dead at 13

Aug 12, 2015  •  Post A Comment

A canine actor who was anointed as the heir to Rin-Tin-Tin, Lassie, Benji and other famous screen dogs as the biggest canine star in Hollywood has died. Uggie, a Jack Russell terrier best known as one of the stars of the Academy Award-winning 2011 feature “The Artist,” died at 13 after a battle with prostate cancer, The Washington Post reports.

Uggie also appeared in “Water for Elephants” and other films. His memoir, “Uggie, My Story,” was published in 2012.

Here’s a clip all about Uggie, including some red carpet appearances and a few highlights from “The Artist.”

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  1. Hope doggy heaven is full of sausages for you buddy. You made millions of people smile. RIP

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