Actor, Celebrity Golfer Glenn Frey Dies At 69

Glenn Frey

Glenn Frey, left, with RECOiL writer/director Brian DiMaio, right on one of their many trips back and forth to South America conducting what they called research for the film.

New York— Actor Glenn Frey, best known to the world for his role as the coach of the Arizona Cardinals in the classic Cuba Gooding, Jr. film, “Jerry Maguire,” died Monday. He was 67.

Known for his love of golf, Frey could often be seen competing with the pros in the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am every February as well as other celebrity tournaments founded and hosted by various celebrity people.

Frey also appeared on the small screen in such TV shows as “Miami Vice,” “Wiseguy,” “Nash Bridges” and “Arli$$.”

Besides appearing with Oscar-winner Gooding in “Maguire,” Frey was also on the big screen in “Let’s Get Harry,” “RECOiL” and some documentary about birds of prey or something.

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