Stephen Furst, who played genuine companionship oath Flounder in a strike film Animal House, has died of complications from diabetes, his family pronounced Saturday. Furst was 63.
Furst died Friday during his home in Moorpark, California, north of Los Angeles, pronounced his son, Nathan Furst.
Furst played Kent “Flounder” Dorfman in a 1978 film that also starred John Belushi. It was Belushi’s character, Blutarsky, who drew Flounder into a antic that went terribly wrong and finished adult with a raging Flounder sharpened a gun installed with blanks into a ceiling, frightening a equine so most that it died of a heart attack.
Furst’s prolonged list of credits enclosed a 1980s medical play St. Elsewhere, on that he played Dr. Elliot Axelrod. He played Vir Coto and was an occasional executive on a 1990s sci-fi array Babylon 5.
He also uttered characters on projects including TV’s Buzz Lightyear of Star Command and a video The Little Mermaid 2: Return to a Sea.
“He was proudest of his family, and he felt sanctified and impossibly absolved to have a career that he had and enjoyed,” Nathan Furst pronounced Saturday.
Stephen Furst also was a executive and producer, operative with his other son, Griff. Their Curmudgeon Film projects enclosed a cinema My Sister’s Keeper and Cold Moon, a torment thriller set for recover in October, Griff Furst said.
Stephen Furst’s survivors embody his wife, Lorraine, and dual grandchildren, his sons said.