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Legendary 'Godfather' Producer Robert Evans Has Died At 89

Robert Evans, one of Hollywood's most successful producers of all time, has passed away at the age of 89, TMZ reports.

Evans was the producer behind some of Hollywood's most iconic films.

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He produced Rosemary's Baby, Romeo and Juliet, Goodbye Columbus, Chinatown, Urban Cowboy, Love Story, and The Godfather during his time as the head of Paramount Productions.

Evans began his career as an actor.

He then wrote a memoir that later was made into a documentary film, The Kid Stays In The Picture.

Evans suffered from three strokes in 1998 that left him partially paralyzed.

Evans eventually recovered and went on to produce his most recent hit, How To Lose A Guy In Ten Days.

Evans was married multiple times throughout his life, and is survived by one son.

Evans was 89 years old.