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The Office US series star Hugh Dane dies aged 75

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FILM and TV funnyman Hugh Dane, well-known for his role as Hank Tate the straight-shooting security guard on The Office, has died aged 75.

It’s understood Dane passed away on May 16, but attention to his death was only recently drawn publicly in a Facebook post by the Los Angeles Inner City Cultural Centre.

The post remembered him as a “loving husband, father, grandfather and friend.”

In his role in the Emmy-winning US version of the series, Dane played the head of security at the paper-supply company Dunder Mifflin.

He had a late state in show business, according to Deadline, and launched his career through NBC’s Hunter - an American crime drama - in 1990.

But he also starred in an array of other popular shows, including Friends, The Fresh Price of Bel-Air, and Boy Meets World.

And in the film realm, he flaunted his comedic abilities in Bridesmaids and Little Fockers.

He was also known to dabble in theatre productions.

The Office alumnus Rainn Wilson took to Twitter to pay tribute to the much-loved actor, describing him as “one of the greats”.

Wilson also provided a donation link to the Inner City Cultural Centre, a performing arts organisation established in 1967.

Well-known actor and comedian Steve Carell, who had a lead role in the hit series that ran from 2005-2013, also farewelled Dane via Twitter, who remembered him as a “terrific guy”.

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