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Meat Loaf the singer was also a Hollywood actor: His most noteworthy movie roles revealed

Promotional headshot of actor and musician Meat Loaf, as he appears in the movie 'The Rocky Horror Picture Show', 1975. (Photo by Stanley Bielecki Movie Collection/Getty Images) Meat Loaf didn’t just command the stage as a rock superstar – he made his mark in Hollywood, too.The singer, who was loved by millions, passed away on Thursday at age 74, according to a family statement provided by longtime agent Michael Greene.

While no cause or other details were given, the star had some health scares over the years.But during his successful decades-long career Meat Loaf, born Marvin Lee Aday, kept close ties with his fans not just at live shows, but also through his film roles. He appeared in several iconic flicks, sometimes quietly, but always spotted by his diehard followers.Below are some of Meat Loaf’s most noteworthy onscreen roles:MEAT LOAF, THE ‘I’D DO ANYTHING FOR LOVE’ SINGER, DEAD AT 74Meat Loaf made his mark as lobotomized biker Eddie in both the theater and film versions for the classic musical.

Producer Lou Adler, impressed by his powerful pies, even used the video for "Paradise By the Dashboard Light" as a trailer for the cult movie. Even fellow music legend Elvis Presley saw Meat Loaf during a pre-movie stage version of "Rocky Horror.""He came to see ‘Rocky Horror’ and everyone else who had played Eddie over in England had tried to do an Elvis impersonation," Meat Loaf once recalled, as quoted by Fuse TV.

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Promotional headshot of actor and musician Meat Loaf, as he appears in the movie 'The Rocky Horror Picture Show', 1975. (Photo by Stanley Bielecki Movie Collection/Getty Images) Meat Loaf didn’t just command the stage as a rock superstar – he made his mark in Hollywood, too.The singer, who was loved by millions, passed away on Thursday at age 74, according to a family statement provided by longtime agent Michael Greene.
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