Donald Sutherland, the legendary actor known for his roles in The Hunger Games and M*A*S*H, passed away at the age of 88.

With a career spanning over six decades, Donald Sutherland brought a unique depth to each character he portrayed. 

From intense dramas to light-hearted comedies, Sutherland's acting prowess knew no bounds.

Sutherland's role as President Snow in The Hunger Games series showcased his talent for portraying complex villains.

 His work in classics like Ordinary People and Klute continues to inspire new generations of actors and filmmakers.

He believed in the power of storytelling and dedicated much of his time to supporting emerging talent in the industry.

His chemistry with co-stars often elevated the films he was a part of, creating unforgettable scenes.

 He often shared insights into his acting process, offering valuable advice to aspiring actors and fans alike.

His legacy lives on through his extensive body of work, which continues to entertain and inspire audiences

His remarkable talent and passion for storytelling have left an enduring legacy that will be cherished for generations to come.