Personally, Mr. Hoffman was one of my favorite actors. It goes back to the movie The Talented Mr. Ripley, where he absolutely killed it in his performance. I used to tell my friends, "Phillip Seymour Hoffman will be a movie star someday." In 2005, that became true after he starred in Capote and later won an Oscar for his performance. Throughout his movie career, I always appreciated his talents, his character roles, and his outspokenness in his private life.
In 2001, he released a documentary titled The Party's Over in which he helped shed light on the topic of how ignorant we are as a public, especially when it comes to matters concerning our government and our civic responsibility. Since then, he has starred in films raising awareness about controversial topics such as Scientology, where he got Oscar nominations for his role in The Master. Somewhere along the path, I'm sure he raised a few Illuminati eyebrows for the wrong reasons in their eyes, and that is likely why he was sacrificed today, February 2, 2014, the 33rd day of the year, in Manhattan, New York.
- Phillip = 7+8+9+3+3+9+7 = 46 (He died at the age of 46)
- Seymour = 1+5+7+4+6+3+9 = 35
- Hoffman = 8+6+6+6+4+1+5 = 36
- Phillip Seymour Hoffman = 117