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Randy Gagné

Actor

Actor Randy Gagné, who also enjoyed a career as an international aerobatic competitor, instructor and stunt pilot, was killed Oct. 26 when his plane crashed south of California State Highway 126 near Piru. He was 42.

Gagné, a member of the Screen Actors Guild, worked in both television and feature films. TV credits included “Wings” and “Beverly Hills 90210.”

He also appeared in a handful of films including “Primary Colors,” “Ransom” and “Barb Wire.”

Gagné is survived by his wife, Sheree, his parents and two sisters.

Those interested in making a donation in Gagné’s name may call Julie Nistico at Million Air Aviation (818) 994-4990.

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