Patrick Swayze Chippendale Skit

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Patrick Swayze died today of pancreatic cancer.  He'll be missed. It's a sad time for his family, friends, and fans.  But it's also a time to remember the actor's achievements and contributions.  Swayze is best known for his roles in Dirty Dancing, Ghost, Road House, and Point Break, but for me, the best Patrick Swayze video is from Saturday Night Live.  Patrick Swayze appeared as a guest on the live comedy show and did a Chippendales dance off competition with Chris Farley.  It's awesome...Read Full Story

Best Patrick Swayze Movies [videos]

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(Getty Images)Patrick Swayze's long cinematic career had its peaks and valleys, but he was always compelling on screen.  Swayze got his start with The Outsiders, among a young cast who all went on to have remarkable careers.  He later starred in Dirty Dancing, Road House, and Point Break.  Here are 6 of his greatest moments from some of his best work in film.6. Ghost: Molding the clayPatrick Swayze and Demi Moore brought together a romance that broke the boundaries of life and death in Ghost...Read Full Story

Patrick Swayze Bio Highlights

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Patrick Swayze News Quick Bio Born in Texas in 1952Studied danceMarried to Lisa Niemi, from 1972 till his passing in 2009No children Acting Career First major film was The OutsidersBreakaway hits included Ghost with Demi Moore and Dirty Dancing with Jennifer GreyLast films were Powder Blue and The beast, both in 2009 Hollywood actor Patrick Swayze died on September 14th, 2009, after a two-year battle with pancreatic cancer.  His publicist, Annett Wolf, issued a statement to the press...Read Full Story

Patrick Swayze Passes Away at 57

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Actor Patrick Swayze, beloved by movie fans the world over for his iconic roles in movies such as Dirty Dancing, Ghost, and Point Break, has passed away today after a two-year battle with pancreatic cancer, according to his publicist."Patrick Swayze passed away peacefully today with family at his side after facing the challenges of his illness for the last 20 months," said in statement by his publicist, Annett Wolf. First coming to national attention in the 1985 Civil War miniseries North...Read Full Story