Philip Seymour Hoffman died on February 2 at the age of 46, and there's no doubt that he left behind an amazing body of work. Here are some of his most memorable film roles.
Philip was found dead in his Manhattan apartment with a needle in his arm. Philip had dealt with substance abuse issues in the past, checking himself into a 10-day detox program in May 2013 and admitting at the time to snorting heroin.
Philip is known for numerous acclaimed film roles. He is probably best known for playing Truman Capote in 2005's Capote, the 2005 biopic that earned him an Oscar in 2005. Last year, he played Plutarch in the smash hit, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.
Among his other film roles, he has earned Oscar nominations for his roles in Charlie Wilson's War, Doubt, and The Master. He has also appeared in Boogie Nights, Almost Famous, The Big Lebowski, Mission Impossible 3, Moneyball, and Along Came Polly. He has also earned three Tony Award nominations.
Here are clips from some of Philip's most iconic roles. Our thoughts are with Philip's family and loved ones during this extremely difficult time. And click here to read the reactions from Hollywood's biggest stars to Philip's death.