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Nobel Prize winnerJohn Nash who was played by Russell Crowe in the film A Beautiful Mind has been killed in a car crash.
The 86 year old died alongside his wife, Alicia, 82, when they were thrown from a taxi in New Jersey as the driver lost control at 4:30pm yesterday, American news reported. It is considered one of the most influential ideas of the 20th century.
Sad at the news of the demise of Nobel winner John Nash. One of the best minds of our times passes away.
RIP John Nash Jr. and Alicia! He was beautiful Mind and they were beautiful hearts. Cheap Jerseys free shipping https://www.cheapjerseysgty4.topThe film, though, did not mention Nash older son or the years that he and Alicia spent living together after divorcing. The couple split in 1963, then resumed living together several years later and finally remarried in 2001.
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