William Tepper Dies: Star Of Jack Nicholson’s ‘Drive, He Said’ Was 69

William Tepper Dies: Star Of Jack Nicholson’s ‘Drive, He Said’ Was 69
William Tepper, who starred in Jack Nicholson’s directorial debut Drive, He Said and accompanied Nicholson to the 1971 Cannes Film Festival, died Wednesday of an apparent heart attack. He was 69. Tepper’s death was confirmed by his manager Jon Klane. Tepper, known as Bill, also appeared in Bachelor Party (1984), the Richard Gere starrer Breathless (1983), and ’70s TV series including Kojak and Ironside. Tepper also wrote and produced the 2006 film Grilled, starring Ray…
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