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    Post Comedian Charlie Murphy has died aged 57 after a battle with leukemia

    Comedian Charlie Murphy - the older brother of actor Eddie Murphy - has died at the age of 57 following a battle with leukemia.

    Charlie's death on Wednesday was confirmed by his representative, Domenick Nati.

    The New York City born comic and actor starred on Chappelle's Show, Are We There Yet? and lent his voice to the animated series The Boondocks.

    More recently he starred as Marshal Williams in the TV series Power.

    He also has writing credits for Paper Soldiers, Vampire in Brooklyn, and the screenplay Norbit.

    He is most celebrated for his work on Chappelle's show in the early 2000s and inspired the comedian's now infamous Prince impression.
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    Murphy used his own stories of meeting the rich and famous, through the height of brother Eddie's career, to inspire sketches on the show.

    He told how Prince played basketball with Murphy and was incredible - the music superstar then went on to make everyone pancakes after the game - a scene Chappelle famously reenacts, pretending to be the Purple Rain singer.

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    Definitely to early to die. A awesome clip with him and prince playing basketball (priceless)!!

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