I have a confession to make: I never realized that if I wrote a listicle about a celebrity who died, I’d be writing about someone who died last week.
And so I’ve spent much of the last few weeks trying to figure out how I’m going to do that with this video about a man who died three years ago, James Hyland.
I’ve been trying to make sense of how I would write a video about this man and not end up being a complete jerk, because I don’t want to ruin the impact of this video by writing something I’m not proud of.
I mean, the man died three days before the video was posted, so I don, um, I don’ want to write something that says “James Hyland died yesterday,” when in reality, he died a week before that.
And I just want to focus on the man who he was and what he was doing.
It’s like I was watching this documentary on this guy and all I was thinking about was this guy.
But I can’t write a list of things I would say if I was doing a James Hylands story.
So I’ll try and write a story that is more than a James Hartsons story, but not by far, I guess, the most interesting story in the world.
James Hylander, Jr., born James Hylanders, Jr. on April 24, 1977, was an American actor and writer.
He is best known for playing the character of the title role in the 2003 film The Last of the Mohicans, and for playing Mr. Cripps in the 2001 film The Little Mermaid.
According to Wikipedia, Hyland, Jr.’s father died of a heart attack while on a vacation with his family in February of 2013.
He was 57.
James is survived by his wife, Susan, and their two children, Luke and Emily.
In addition to his acting career, Hylander was a popular writer.
In his obituary, his family said that Hylander’s passion for writing, theater and social commentary began when he was 6 years old.
He attended the University of Michigan’s graduate school in theater.
“The Last of The Mohicans” was released in theaters in 2003.
It was followed by The Little Monster, which debuted in 2006.