‘Sandlot’ Actor Art LaFleur Dies After Decade Long Parkinson’s Battle: ‘He Brought Laughter to so Many People’-US News | The Epoch Times

By Jami Ganz New York Daily News Art LaFleur, best known for playing Babe Ruth in “The Sandlot,” has died. He was 78. The actor’s wife, Shelley LaFleur, confirmed his death, which followed a lengthy battle with Parkinson’s disease, on Thursday in a heartfelt Facebook post. After a 10 year battle with A-typical Parkinson’s, Art LaFleur, the love of my life passed away,” she wrote. “He brought laughter to so many people as Babe Ruth in ‘The Sandlot,’ The Tooth Fairy in ‘The Santa Clause 2′ and ‘3,’ and Chick Gandil in ‘Field of Dreams’ to name just a few.” LaFleur said her husband was “a generous and selfless man,” qualities which “carried over to his acting but more importantly … who he was for his family and friends.” “I was so very lucky to have had a 43-year relationship with a man who cherished me and who I adored,” …

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