Multiple sources have reported police found Philip Seymour Hoffman dead this morning in his New York City apartment.

The 46-year-old actor won an Oscar for his work portraying Truman Capote in "Capote" in 2005. That evening, he delivered a heartwarming acceptance speech, thanking his mother, Marylin Hoffman O'Connor, a civil rights lawyer and activist. 

"She brought up four kids alone, and she deserves a congratulations for that," Hoffman said during his speech. "She took me to my first play." 

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