'Bat Out of Hell' singer and actor Meat Loaf dead at 74

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'Bat Out of Hell' singer and actor Meat Loaf dead at 74
© dpa Meat Loaf had an incredible career in music and movies.

Meat Loaf died Thursday (Jan. 20) at 74 years old, as confirmed by his manager, Michael Greene.

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Per The New York Times, “The cause and location were not given.”

Born Marvin Aday, Meat Loaf captured lightning in a bottle with Bat Out of Hell, his 1977 album. “It sold tens of millions of copies worldwide, reached the year-end Billboard 200 albums charts for both 1978 and 1979, and made Meat Loaf a superstar,” Billboard’s Andrew Unterberger wrote for the outlet’s “Forever No. 1” series. “The next decade would see pop and rock only further embracing Bat Out of Hell’s sense of over-the-top melodrama.”

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Bat Out of Hell featured the Platinum smash “Paradise by the Dashboard Light,” one of Meat Loaf’s more enduring songs alongside the likes “I’d Do Anything For Love (But I Won’t Do That)” from 1993’s Bat Out of Hell II: Back into Hell. “I’d Do Anything For Love” earned Meat Loaf his first and only Grammy, for best rock solo vocal performance.

Meat Loaf’s roots were in theatrics, as he reflected upon with People in 2016. His acting credits were vast and included iconic films The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975) and Fight Club (1999).

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“I don’t keep pictures from films around home,” wrote Edward Norton, Meat Loaf’s Fight Club co-star, on Twitter. “But I have this one in my office in a frame bc it makes me smile every time. It’s engraved ‘Love and Hugs, Meat’ it sums him up well. He was so funny. And gentle. And warm to everyone. A sweet soul. RIP Meat Loaf.”

Norton continued in another tweet: “To us he will always be ‘Bob’. Those were some wonderful months of laughter & irreverence. The hardest thing about working w/ Meat was getting through any of these ridiculous moments without cracking up. Him lying on the table playing dead then belting out Zeppelin. Good times.”

See some of the tributes pouring out for Meat Loaf below.

“From his heart to your souls … don’t ever stop rocking!”

Statement on Meat Loaf’s official Facebook page pays tribute to “an inspiring artist and beautiful man” as rock superstar dies at age 74. https://t.co/zDrv2rvviS pic.twitter.com/fZdjAebY0Z

— ABC News (@ABC) January 21, 2022

Had So Much Fun With Meatloaf When We Did “Dead Ringer”. Am Very Sorry For His Family,Friends,& Fans. Am I imagining It, or Are Amazing Ppl In The Arts Dying every other Day⁉️

— Cher (@cher) January 21, 2022

The vaults of heaven will be ringing with rock. RIP Meatloaf. Give my best to Jim. – ALW

— Andrew Lloyd Webber (@OfficialALW) January 21, 2022

#MeatLoaf 09/27/1947 – 01/20/2022

You were a sweetheart of a guy pic.twitter.com/AiYAs8guyC

— Lenny Kravitz (@LennyKravitz) January 21, 2022

Meat Loaf died today. Age 74. I remember hosting the American Music Awards with him and Will Smith. He was such a kind soul. He gave us so much. He will surely be missed. Our loss, heaven’s gain. Rest in peace my friend. pic.twitter.com/MwLJfcJcv3

— Reba McEntire (@reba) January 21, 2022

… he had the quality of being simultaneously frightening and cuddly, which is rare and rather wonderful …

— Stephen Fry (@stephenfry) January 21, 2022

A gentle hearted powerhouse rockstar forever and ever. You were so kind. Your music will always be iconic. I’m sure you’re singing concerts in the great beyond. Rest In Peace sir. #MeatLoafRIP #Meatloaf pic.twitter.com/9twdJcOeP1

— ADAM LAMBERT (@adamlambert) January 21, 2022

I am shocked & saddened by the sudden death of Meat Loaf. He was, as you might imagine, a larger than life character with a voice & stage presence to match & is one of those rare people who truly was a one off talent and personality. Rest In Peace

— Bonnie Tyler (@BonnieTOfficial) January 21, 2022

R.I.P Meatloaf. Love and prayers to all his family and close friends. He once turned me upside down in a Chinese Restaurant in St Johns Wood.

— Boy George (@BoyGeorge) January 21, 2022

RIP Meatloaf pic.twitter.com/KpU7VOrVXH

— Tenacious D (@tenaciousd) January 21, 2022

I don’t keep pictures from films around home. But I have this one in my office in a frame bc it makes me smile every time. It’s engraved ‘Love and Hugs, Meat’ it sums him up well. He was so funny. And gentle. And warm to everyone. A sweet soul. RIP Meat Loaf pic.twitter.com/aMrIgXByEc

— Edward Norton (@EdwardNorton) January 21, 2022

We wanted you, we needed you–and we loved you. Three out of three after all, Meatloaf. You will be missed.

— George Takei (@GeorgeTakei) January 21, 2022

RIP Meat Loaf, 74.

One of rock music’s all-time great characters whose seminal iconic album Bat Out Of Hell is one of the biggest-selling records in history.

A wondrously talented, flamboyant, funny, outrageous and rebellious chameleon. Sad news. pic.twitter.com/J0UNQgGahn

— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) January 21, 2022

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    The debut roles of musicians-turned-actors

    It’s hard enough to be a successful professional musician. And yet, some musicians aren’t satisfied to rest on their laurels there. Oftentimes, musicians try their hand at acting as well. Sometimes it works out unexpectedly well, and other times they flop. Here are the first movie roles of some notable musicians who thought they could act as well. However, we are not including animated films or movies where musicians play themselves. That’s technically acting, but only barely.

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    Camila Cabello

    If you are going to start an acting career as a musician, why not make it a musical? That’s the tack that Cabello took, although she’s also stepping into a pretty iconic role. The musician is the latest person to take on the role of Cinderella in yet another adaptation of that fairy tale. We will have to see where she goes from here.

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    Lady Gaga

    You’re thinking we’re going to be talking about “A Star is Born,” don’t you? While that was her first significant acting role, it was not her first role. We aren’t going to count her turn in “Machete Kills,” because she’s barely in it and is mostly there as part of a joke. However, she did have a slightly larger – if still small – role in “Sin City: A Dame to Kill For.” These roles gave no sense of her acting chops. “A Star is Born” definitely did.

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    Sean Combs

    Back when he was still at the peak of his powers, the man known by assorted names involving “Diddy” and “Daddy” got his first acting opportunity. He co-stars as Ruiz in “Made,” Jon Favreau and Vince Vaughn’s follow up to “Swingers.” “Made” wasn’t as successful, but both those guys have gone on to great success since. Even Combs kept his acting career going to some degree.

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    It’s funny that a “Battleship” movie exists. It’s even funnier that Rihanna is in it. With all due respect to the acclaimed musician, her acting is not quite on the same level. Watching her play a weapons specialist fighting aliens in a loose adaptation of a board game boggles the mind.

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    Dwight Yoakam

    Yoakam got rave reviews for his work in “Sling Blade,” and was actually part of a cast that was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award. A few years before that, though, he had a role as an unnamed Truck Driver in “Red Rock West,” a Nicolas Cage thriller. We would have considered cheating and going with “Sling Blade,” but there is also some 1995 film called “The Little Death” in there as well so that would have been a bridge too far.

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    Tom Waits

    Waits brings a strange presence to both movies and music. For all his eccentricity, he has had a legitimately successful acting career. It all began with “Paradise Alley,” Sylvester Stallone’s big follow-up to “Rocky.” This time, Sly moves the action from boxing to…pro wrestling. Set in the 1940s, “Paradise Alley” is largely forgotten, but Waits does make his acting debut as Mumbles.

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    Britney Spears

    Spears quickly became one of the biggest stars in the world before she was even 20. It didn’t necessarily go great for her long-term, but naturally, showbiz decided they should turn her into a movie star as well. Spears was given her own vehicle in “Crossroads,” a cheesy coming-of-age film that showed Spears was perhaps not an actor. She never really did any serious acting again.

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    Kelly Clarkson and Justin Guarani

    We had to include this one. Clarkson won the first season of “America Idol.” Guarani finished second. They decided to give them a film to star in. “From Justin to Kelly” bombed horribly, and “American Idol” never tried the whole movie thing again.

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    Elvis Presley

    Elvis was a true star as both a musician and an actor. Was he a good actor? We’d call him passable. He could work within a certain set of parameters, and he did just that for dozens of films. For a while, his movie career was even eclipsing his music career. His first film is the 1956 Western “Love Me Tender,” where he plays Clint Reno. The next year he starred in “Jailhouse Rock” and things really took off from there.

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    Justin Timberlake

    For a guy who has had a legitimately good acting career, Timberlake’s acting debut got him off to a rough start. Have you heard of the movie “Edison?” It’s OK if you haven’t. Timberlake plays the hero, a journalist who uncovers a group of corrupt cops calling themselves “F.R.A.T.” The movie costars Morgan Freeman, LL Cool J, and, um, Kevin Spacey. When it debuts at a film festival it was so hated that the U.S. release was canceled. While it did screen in theaters overseas in America it only ever came out on DVD.

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    Iggy Pop

    Perhaps, we will always have a spot in our heart for Iggy Pop’s turn as Nona F. Mecklenberg’s dad on “The Adventures of Pete & Pete.” Before that, though, he had a couple of other acting films. The first that wasn’t a fleeting cameo was “Cry-Baby,” John Waters’ bizarre satire of Elvis Presley-style films. That’s about as good a place for Pop to show up as any.

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    Henry Rollins

    Rollins has never been satisfied with just making music. He’s written books, done spoken word tours, and hosted radio shows. Rollins has also done a lot of acting. His first role came in “The Chase,” starring the totally chill duo of Charlie Sheen and Kristy Swanson. Rollins actually has a big role in the movie as a cop, and he has some music on the soundtrack as well.

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    David Bowie

    Bowie came out of the gate with some real acting acumen. Of course, who was better to play an alien? The Thin White Duke starred in the moody sci-fi film “The Man Who Fell to Earth.” His work was so well-received he won a Saturn Award for Best Actor.

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    Bowie may have won a Saturn, but Cher won an Oscar. That was for “Moonstruck,” which came several films into her career. Way back in the day, Cher and Sonny Bono were given their own starring vehicle, a comedic Western called “Good Times.” Amazingly, this was the directorial debut of William Friedkin, who would go on to direct a couple of small films called “The French Connection” and “The Exorcist.”

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    Christina Aguilera

    Aguilera made her film debut in a movie that costars Cher. That would be “Burlesque,” which is a movie that came out in 2010. Yes, that’s well after her peak of stardom. Unlike Spears, Aguilera never got that film deal to try and bring in a teen audience to theaters. Also, “Burlesque” is awful.

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    Mandy Moore

    It feels entirely plausible that an entire generation knows Moore better as an actor than a musician. That’s due to her being on the huge hit “This Is Us.” Also, due to the fact she has released one album since 2009. Way back in the day, Moore played a cheerleader who bullies Anne Hathaway’s character in “The Princess Diaries.”

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    LL Cool J

    We mentioned LL earlier. We also mentioned “Pete & Pete” earlier, a show that LL Cool J also appeared on. After a couple of appearances as himself, the rapper turned actor played “Detective Billy” in the Michael J. Fox and James Woods comedy “The Hard Way.” Eventually, he would play characters who got last names.

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    Meat Loaf

    Meat Loaf is an interesting case because his film debut came before his first album came out. However, he’s clearly a musician first so we are still counting him. Besides, his first film is all about the music anyway. If you are of a certain ilk you know the movie we are talking about. Meat Loaf plays Eddie in “The Rocky Horror Picture Show.” Hot patootie.

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    Madonna shot a film in 1979 before she rose to fame, that was not released until 1985 to capitalize on how big she had become. That being said, in 1985 she had an actual movie come out, so we will be going with that as her debut. The film in question is “Desperately Seeking Susan,” which is admittedly not a major stretch of a role but does involve actual acting in the titular role.

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    Made-for-TV movies don’t count, which means we won’t be expounding upon the absurdly titled “Carman: A Hip Hopera.” Instead, we get to talk about the Austin Powers franchise stretching itself too thin. “The Spy Who Shagged” me was a huge hit, so naturally they tried again with “Goldmember.” Beyonce steps into the “Bond Girl” analog role as Foxxy Cleopatra. She’s…not the worst thing about the movie?

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    Snoop Dogg

    Snoop Dogg has put together a lengthy filmography at this point, but it all began with a glorified cameo that is significant enough we decided to count it. Besides, we think Snoop would be happy we talked about him being in “Half Baked.” The classic ‘90s stoner comedy features Snoop in the role of the “Scavenger Smoker.” He shows up, he does his thing, and he’s not half bad.

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    Willie Nelson

    What could possibly connect Snoop Dogg and Willie Nelson? Why, the fact they both make music and act, of course! The country star began his acting career in a milieu that makes sense. “The Electric Horseman” stars Robert Redford as a former rodeo champ. Nelson is in the cast as Wendell, which is a decent-sized role, though Redford and costar Jane Fonda dwarf everybody else.

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    Will Smith

    The first Fresh Prince album came out in 1987, and “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” didn’t debut until 1990, so we will call him a musician first, even if acting has become his calling card. On the movie front, Smith made his debut in 1992 in the ensemble drama “Where the Day Takes You.” While he’s a few names down the ol’ cast list his character appears on the poster so it’s still a noteworthy role.

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    Courtney Love

    Love made her acting debut in “Sid & Nancy,” and given her public persona and general vibe you might have assumed she played Nancy Spungen. That’s not true, as Chloe Webb plays that role. Instead, Love actually played Gretchen, a smaller but still notable role. Her acting was well-received, and she probably could have done more acting if her behavior had not been so erratic.

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    Frank Sinatra

    Let’s end with one of the biggest stars of his – or any – era. Sinatra was a massive musician, but also a hugely successful actor. Like Cher, he won an Oscar. He did comedy and serious drama. Sinatra’s first film not as himself is 1944’s “Step Lively.” It’s actually a remake of the 1938 movie “Room Service,” which starred the Marx Brothers and Lucille Ball. That group was probably better at serving the farce of the story than ol’ Blue Eyes, but Sinatra would be just fine.

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