• Kiefer Sutherland reacts to dad Donald Sutherland's dead
  • He took to social media to pay tribute to his father
  • Donald Sutherland died at the age of 88

"With a heavy heart, I tell you that my father, Donald Sutherland, has passed away," Kiefer shared on social media, alongside a touching black-and-white photo capturing a moment between father and son. Donald Sutherland, celebrated for his fearless approach to acting and his diverse range of roles, passed away at his home in Miami, Florida, after battling a long illness.

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Despite the lack of details surrounding his death, the outpouring of love and respect for Donald's contribution to the film industry is overwhelming. Kiefer, reflecting on his father's illustrious career, remarked, "He loved what he did and did what he loved, and one can never ask for more than that."

Like Father, Like Son

The Sutherlands' bond was not just familial but also professional. Kiefer and Donald shared the screen for the first time in the 2016 Western film, 'Forsaken,' an experience that brought them closer. "The most nervous night I've ever had," Kiefer recalled about working alongside his father, highlighting the mutual respect and admiration between the two.

Donald Sutherland's upcoming memoir, 'Made Up, But Still True,' and his recent acting credits in 'Miranda's Victim' and the series 'Lawmen: Bass Reeves,' stand as a testament to his enduring passion for storytelling and acting. His legacy is carried on not only through his memorable performances but also through his children, including Kiefer, who continues to be inspired by his father's remarkable career.

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As the entertainment world mourns the loss of one of its brightest stars, Donald Sutherland's life and work remain a beacon of excellence in acting. His journey, marked by iconic roles and profound contributions to cinema, will forever be remembered and celebrated.