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He began his career in the theater, which culminated in his Tony Award for his performance in the musical ''Film/GrandHotel''. On television, he was a regular on the sitcom ''Evening Shade'' (for which he won an Emmy) and played Mister Noodle in the Elmo's World portion of ''Series/SesameStreet''. His films included ''Film/TangoAndCash'', ''Film/TheFisherKing'', ''Film/{{Waterworld}}'', ''Film/MouseHunt'', ''Film/PatchAdams'' and ''Film/TheGreenMile''. The latter film required him to learn a Cajun accent and earned him a SAG award nomination along with the rest of the cast.

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He began his career in the theater, which culminated in his Tony Award for his performance in the musical ''Film/GrandHotel''. On television, he was a regular on the sitcom ''Evening Shade'' (for which he won an Emmy) and played Mister Mr. Noodle's brother, Mr. Noodle in the Elmo's World portion of ''Series/SesameStreet''. His films included ''Film/TangoAndCash'', ''Film/TheFisherKing'', ''Film/{{Waterworld}}'', ''Film/MouseHunt'', ''Film/PatchAdams'' and ''Film/TheGreenMile''. The latter film required him to learn a Cajun accent and earned him a SAG award nomination along with the rest of the cast.


Michael Jeter (August 26, 1952- March 30, 2003) was an American actor. He began his career in the theater, which culminated in his Tony Award for his performance in the musical ''Film/GrandHotel''. On television, he was a regular on the sitcom ''Evening Shade'' (for which he won an Emmy) and played Mister Noodle in the Elmo's World portion of ''Series/SesameStreet''. His films included ''Film/TangoAndCash'', ''Film/TheFisherKing'', ''Film/{{Waterworld}}'', ''Film/MouseHunt'', ''Film/PatchAdams'' and ''Film/TheGreenMile''. The latter film required him to learn a Cajun accent and earned him a SAG award nomination along with the rest of the cast.

Jeter died at age 50 after suffering an epileptic seizure. His last two films, ''Film/OpenRange'' and ''WesternAnimation/ThePolarExpress'', were released posthumously and dedicated to him.

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Michael Jeter (August 26, 1952- 1952 - March 30, 2003) was an American actor. actor.

He began his career in the theater, which culminated in his Tony Award for his performance in the musical ''Film/GrandHotel''. On television, he was a regular on the sitcom ''Evening Shade'' (for which he won an Emmy) and played Mister Noodle in the Elmo's World portion of ''Series/SesameStreet''. His films included ''Film/TangoAndCash'', ''Film/TheFisherKing'', ''Film/{{Waterworld}}'', ''Film/MouseHunt'', ''Film/PatchAdams'' and ''Film/TheGreenMile''. The latter film required him to learn a Cajun accent and earned him a SAG award nomination along with the rest of the cast.

Jeter died at age 50 after suffering an epileptic seizure. His last two films, ''Film/OpenRange'' and ''WesternAnimation/ThePolarExpress'', were released posthumously and dedicated to him.him.
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Jeter died at age 50 after suffering an epileptic seizure. His last film, ''WesternAnimation/ThePolarExpress'', was released posthumously.

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Jeter died at age 50 after suffering an epileptic seizure. His last film, two films, ''Film/OpenRange'' and ''WesternAnimation/ThePolarExpress'', was were released posthumously.posthumously and dedicated to him.

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Michael Jeter (August 26, 1952- March 30, 2003) was an American actor. He began his career in the theater, which culminated in his Tony Award for his performance in the musical ''Film/GrandHotel''. On television, he was a regular on the sitcom ''Evening Shade'' (for which he won an Emmy) and played Mister Noodle in the Elmo's World portion of ''Series/SesameStreet''. His films included ''Film/TangoAndCash'', ''Film/TheFisherKing'', ''Film/{{Waterworld}}'', ''Film/MouseHunt'', ''Film/PatchAdams'' and ''Film/TheGreenMile''. The latter film required him to learn a Cajun accent and earned him a SAG award nomination along with the rest of the cast.

Jeter died at age 50 after suffering an epileptic seizure. His last film, ''WesternAnimation/ThePolarExpress'', was released posthumously.

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