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Phillip Seymour Hoffman passed away far too young on February 2, 2014 but his incredible characters will never die. He's remembered as one of the greats thanks to a remarkable body of work that spanned decades. He was nominated for Tonys and Oscars, winning an Academy Award for his transformative role as Truman Capote in 2005. But he was much bigger than Oscar night. His career started slowly, but became a series of must-see performances. He was frequently the best thing about a film. These are his best roles.