Celebrities are tweeting their condolences in the wake of actor Dennis Farina's death.
The Law & Order star, who passed away this morning in Scottsdale, AZ, of a blood clot in his lung at age 69, is being remembered by stars he worked with and celeb fans alike. Here's was stars' are tweeting.
Seth Meyers: "'Anything to declare?' ‘Yeah, don't go to England.' RIP Dennis Farina."
Debi Mazar: "R.I.P Dennis Farina Such a presence in person..charming and so handsome...great talent. Condolences to his family."
Rosie O'Donnell: "Dennis Farina - loved him - wonderful man - this dying stuff --- too hard."
Olivia Wilde: "How awesome is it that Dennis Farina will be reincarnated as the royal baby."
David Krumholtz: "Got to work with the hilarious Dennis Farina. He was a great man, full of life, and he loved being an actor. He was made for acting. RIP"
Tom Green: "Saddened to hear Dennis Farina passed away today. I worked with him in the movie Stealing Harvard. He was one cool dude. RIP Dennis."
Paul Feig: "So sad about Dennis Farina. He was a perfect mix of funny and tough. An incredibly talented man. Wish we could have worked together. #RIP"
Television Academy: "Dennis Farina didn't begin acting until he was 37 years old, but his contributions were great."
Josh Gad: "RIP Dennis Farina. I remember watching Get Shorty as a kid and being blown away by this scene stealer in a movie with All-Star. Very sad."
Adam Pally: "RIP Dennis Farina. It's like MCA all over again. I'm gonna need some time here to process this guys, thanks for your thoughts and prayers."
SAG Foundation: "We mourn the passing of actor & #SAGF supporter Dennis Farina (1944-2013) and extend our condolences to his family & friends."
Clare Bowen: "Anything to declare? ‘Yeah, don't go to London.' - Dennis Farina #godspeed."
Josh Malina: "R.I.P. Dennis Farina, a terrific actor whose last name rhymed with mine."
In addition to Law & Order, Farina was known for his roles in films like Midnight Run, Get Shorty, Out of Sight and Saving Private Ryan. Farina is survived by his wife of 35 years, Marianne, his three sons and six grandchildren.