Steve Buscemi Assaulted in Manhattan: Actor Punched in Random Attack
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Steve Buscemi Assaulted in Manhattan: Actor Punched in Random Attack

Nathan Lees
Nathan Lees

Steve Buscemi, known for his iconic roles in movies like Reservoir Dogs and TV shows like Boardwalk Empire, was recently a victim of a random attack in Manhattan.

According to The New York Times, the incident took place on a morning stroll near Third Avenue and East 27th Street in the Kips Bay area. The 66-year-old actor suffered injuries to his left eye and was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment.

This unfortunate incident follows a similar attack on his former co-star Michael Stuhlbarg. Stuhlbarg, who also appeared in Boardwalk Empire, was assaulted in Central Park last month. Despite these incidents, both actors have shown resilience and determination in the face of adversity.

Buscemi, a former firefighter, is known for his versatility as an actor. From playing quirky characters in Coen Brothers films to complex roles in TV dramas, he has left a lasting impact on the entertainment industry.

As fans and fellow actors express their support for Buscemi during this difficult time, it is a reminder that even celebrities are not immune to acts of violence. The police are currently investigating the incident, and we hope to see justice served for Buscemi and all victims of such senseless attacks.


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