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Broadway remembers Philip Seymour Hoffman

Hundreds of friends and family of Philip Seymour Hoffman held a candle light vigil outside the late actor's New York theater company Wednesday night. Hoffman, who died of a suspected drug overdose over the weekend, was a member and artistic director of the Labyrinth Theatre Company. Marquees along Broadway dimmed their lights for a minute in remembrance. Fans said his death was a real loss. (SOUNDBITE) (English) PHILIP SEYMOUR HOFFMAN FAN, PAUL RABIN, SAYING: "There was a feeling the neighborhood lost somebody and the acting community lost somebody and the city lost somebody that really meant a lot to us Police have arrested four people with possible connections to the narcotics found in Hoffman's home at the time of his death. He was discovered Sunday night with a syringe in his arm and plastic bags of what appear to be heroin.

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