Mini-Me actor Verne Troyer’s death is ruled a suicide

[Q FM - Zambia] - 11/10/2018
Austin Powers actor Verne Troyer’s death has been ruled a suicide by a coroner in Los Angeles. The actor, best known for playing Mini-Me in the Austin Powers films, died in April at the age of 49. Troyer, who was 2ft 8in (81cm) tall, also played Griphook in the first Harry Potter film. Following (...)
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