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Michael Madsen’s 26-year-old son Hudson committed suicide

Michael Madsen’s son Hudson Madsen passed away. He was 26 years old at the time.

The family sent a statement to Metro confirming Hudson’s death. PEOPLE’s request for a response from Michael’s rep was not promptly returned. The family sent out of statement to the newspaper stating-

“We are heartbroken and overwhelmed with grief and pain at the loss of Hudson. His memory and light will be remembered by all who knew and loved him. We ask for privacy and respect during this difficult time.”

According to media platforms, Hudson and his wife Carlie resided in Hawaii. In 2019, the couple relocated to the Hawaiian island of Oahu. Michael Madsen had three kids with DeAnna Madsen, the eldest of them was Hudson. Calvin and Luke are the other two children the couple has.

A representative for the Honolulu Medical Examiner verified to PEOPLE that Hudson perished of a gunshot wound to the skull in what appears to be a suicide on the island of Oahu. According to the speaker, no date or time was given for the incident.

According to IMDb, Michael has worked with filmmaker Quentin Tarantino for many years. The Once Upon a Time in a Hollywood director is also a godfather to both Hudson and Calvin. Tarantino has worked with the 64-year-old veteran actor in a handful of his movies, namely Kill Bill: Volumes 1 and 2, Reservoir Dogs, and hateful Eight.

Who is Michael Madsen?

Michael Madsen is an American producer, director, actor, photographer, writer, and poet. He is most known for his roles as “charming, irresponsible, scary bastards” in many of Quentin Tarantino’s films and tv shows.

Madsen began his professional career at Chicago’s Steppenwolf Theatre Company where the now 60-year-old actor served as an understudy of John Malkovich and was cast in Of Mice and Men.

His first major film appearance was a supporting role at the opening of WarGames, with John Spencer. Mr. Blonde, a vicious criminal, was portrayed by Madsen in Quentin Tarantino’s first directorial venture, Reservoir Dogs.

His first major film appearance was a supporting role at the opening of WarGames, with John Spencer. Mr. Blonde, a vicious criminal, was portrayed by Madsen in Quentin Tarantino’s first directorial venture, Reservoir Dogs.

Steve Buscemi was cast in the character of Mr. Pink, which Madsen preferred since it included more time with Harvey Keitel. Madsen turned down the part of Vincent Vega in Pulp Fiction, which was later played by John Travolta.

Addressing these movies, he previously stated:

“Some of them I’m only in for 10 minutes, but they bought my name, and they bought my face to put on the DVD box with a gun. What people don’t always understand is that I established a certain lifestyle for my family back in the days of Species and Mulholland Falls and The Getaway. I wasn’t about to move my six kids into a trailer park. So when people offered me work, it wasn’t always the best, but I had to buy groceries and I had to put gas in the car.”

The 1997’s gangster picture Donnie Brasco, which Madsen appeared in with Mike Newell, is one of his most notable credits.

Rishabh Shandilya
I’m the guy you see dancing in the rain in the middle of the night. Pursuing my bachelor’s in literature, I love to read and write and I’m somewhat of a decent storyteller. A die-hard fan of Miyazaki and Murakami and my go-to quote is “The past is a foreign country, we do things differently there”.
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