A memorial service was held for Duncan yesterday in LA that included celebrity speeches, a gospel performance and many photos.
Duncan died Sept. 3 at 54, having never fully recovered from a heart attack in July. His physician, who revealed Duncan used a pacemaker, was among the speakers at the service at Forest Lawn Memorial Parks and Mortuaries in Los Angeles.
Tom Hanks, Jay Leno, Frank Darabont and many more gave heartfelt speeches about Duncan. Stevie Wonder performed via satellite.
Darabont read a letter from Stephen King:
"No one has ever done a character I wrote more justice," King wrote.
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