Actor Paul Reubens, interpreter of the famous character Pee-wee Herman, has died

Paul Reubens, famous Hollywood actor, died at the age of 70 according to a statement published on his official Facebook page, where they announced his sensitive departure after undergoing harsh cancer treatment.
The actor rose to fame in the 80s with the iconic character Pee-wee Herman, who filled thousands of children with laughter for his famous sense of humor and thanks to this he became known in the world of show business.
The statement that was issued on social networks fired Reubens and thanked him for his contributions to the world of comedy as a writer and producer, since it would have earned him the love of children and adults who made him laugh for years.
“Last night we said goodbye to Paul Reubens, an iconic American actor, comedian, writer, and producer whose beloved character Pee-wee Herman delighted generations of children and adults with his positivity, whimsy, and belief in the importance of kindness.”
Reubens led a fight against the disease that afflicted him for years, but they assured that he will live forever in the “pantheon of comedy” because he left his mark as a person and artist due to the nobility and generosity he shared.
“Paul bravely and privately fought cancer for years with his trademark tenacity and resourcefulness. A gifted and prolific talent, he will forever live in the comedy pantheon and in our hearts as a treasured friend and a man of remarkable character and generosity of spirit.”