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River Jude Phoenix (August 1970 – October October Phoenix collapsed and died of drug-induced heart failure on the sidewalk outside the West Hollywood nightclub The Viper Room,.By Cherrie Fetterly

River Phoenix and Wil Wheaton.  “I never thought River was going to be the one who would struggle - he was a good kid and he was so talented.” -Wil Wheaton on the death of River Phoenix

River Phoenix and Wil Wheaton. “I never thought River was going to be the one who would struggle - he was a good kid and he was so talented.” -Wil Wheaton on the death of River Phoenix

He would just sit there and let the birds nibble at his eye lashes and twitter in his ears. It was as if he were their god and they were his children; just beautiful.  (River Phoenix) -ELN

Two Beautiful photos of the late River Phoenix shot famed photographer Michael Tighe River Phoenix at home. His last photo shoot.

river phoenix death photo | River Phoenix fascination continues 20 years after death

River Phoenix fascination continues 20 years after death

river phoenix death photo | River Phoenix fascination continues 20 years after death

rare river phoenix pictures | riv171.jpg Photo by PhoenixOnline | Photobucket

“He embraced everything, even death. Death came to him, and he gave it a big hug" - River’s close friend, William Richert

Best photos of the week (65 photos)

Best photos of the week (65 photos)

Stand By Me by Rob Reiner with River Phoenix, Richard Dreyfuss, Corey Feldman, Wil Wheaton.

Promising star: At the time of his death Phoenix was compared to the late James Dean who died in 1955

River Phoenix's last film Dark Blood completed and given September premiere date almost two decades after actor's death

Promising star: At the time of his death River Phoenix was compared to the late James Dean who died in 1955

“it’s not about career. it’s about believing in something, it’s about prosperity and it’s about caring and emphasizing and wanting to create the best, the most true to life, the most real.” - river phoenix

“it’s not about career. it’s about believing in something, it’s about prosperity and it’s about caring and emphasizing and wanting to create the best, the most true to life, the most real.

I first met River Phoenix in 1990 in Gainesville, Florida. I’d flown down from New York City. I was shooting him for a magazine. I don’t remember which one. His family had this beautiful wild piece of land on the edge of a swamp. I was there for two days. We smoked pot, drank beer, climbed up to his tree house, swung on a rope, bounced on his trampoline and went on an alligator hunt just to spot one and we did.

“I first met River Phoenix in 1990 in Gainesville, Florida. I’d flown down from New York City. I was shooting him for a magazine. His family had this beautiful wild piece.

River Phoenix

River Phoenix by Cesare Bonazza; River Phoenix, Self Assignment, November 1991 Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images

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