Remembering Charles Bronson on the 17th Anniversary of his death

Remembering Charles Bronson, 17 Years Later

It has been exactly 17 long years since Charles Bronson died in Los Angeles on August 30, 2003 at the age of 81. As a number of online tributes attest, he was one of the most acclaimed actors of his generation.

Today, fans of Charles Bronson (Death Wish, Once Upon a Time in the West, The Magnificent Seven, ...) along with the rest of the film industry have been remembering the iconic man he was.

Bronson, a cultural icon

Born Charles Dennis Buchinsky in Ehrenfeld on November 3, 1921, his career spanned an arc over many different eras and tastes in American history. Bronson was not just a great actor, he was an icon, an all-around inspiration to everyone.

In 1960 he touched the hearts of millions as Bernardo O'Reilly in ‘The Magnificent Seven’. His legacy continues to grow as new generations of fans are discovering his unique heritage.

It's been 17 years since the tragic loss of Charles Bronson and his personality still resonate strongly within us all. Although Charles Bronson is no longer physically here, his presence is more powerful than ever. He left a void that has yet to be filled.

In memory of the Late Great Charles Bronson.

Charles Bronson career in pictures

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