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Goodnight sweet (little) prince.

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Anonymous, Feb 26, 2010.

  1. Anonymous Member

    Re: Gary Coleman dead at 42

    He was the Leader of Anonymous, silly.

    Understand-Coleman_(2).jpg
  2. failboat Member

    Re: Goodnight sweet (little) prince.

    post is dated 2/26/10

    anybody else find it eerie that WWP called that he would die of a stroke 3 months before it happened?

    ok, just checking.
  3. One0fMany Member

    Re: Goodnight sweet (little) prince.

    Um.....

    Looks like he grew some to me...he just didn't get taller lol.

    I was never really a huge fan of Different Strokes (yah I know I'm doing it wrong), but for some reason I always felt bad for Gary Coleman when he got into trouble. I think maybe cuz his parents were douchebags.
  4. Anonymous Member

    Re: Goodnight sweet (little) prince.

    I was thinking that when I heard he died...

    Now I must ask: Does anybody know if he dropped any loot?
  5. refbatch Member

    Re: Goodnight sweet (little) prince.

    JERRY COKEMAN LOOGHORGLE MY FAVHORGLEORITE ACTOR DEAD HURRRRG HNNNGGHHH

    *DOES BALLET*
  6. Anonymous Member

    Re: Goodnight sweet (little) prince.

    Little. He was widely known to have earned $15 million as a child star and he blew it all. As an adult, he was a D-List actor and ran for Governor against Arnold Schwarzenegger, and of course, was a spokesperson for a cash checking outfit.

    YouTube - Cash Call with Gary Coleman spot

    Of course, he was more famous for working as a security guard for a Culver City mall:

    YouTube - Gary Coleman jumps on a car working as a security guard

    He owned a home in Utah with his estranged wife Shannon Price, who's had him arrested several times in the past for domestic abuse. She's the one that ordered his life support system turned off in the hospital this week.
  7. Paroxetine Samurai Moderator

    Re: Goodnight sweet (little) prince.

    Almost right. Gary didn't spend all his money because his parents blew it all.

    Gary Coleman Bio

    He sued them and won, but only got $1,280,000 in 1993. He then went belly up in 1999. Granted, $1,280,000 may sound like a lot. However he was living in California at the time so that isn't much if not managed well.

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