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December 29, 2010

Michelle Williams still asks why Heath Ledger died

LEISURE CANDY PREMIEREThe 30 year-old actress, whose romance with Ledger blossomed on the set of “Brokeback Mountain” in roles for which they both received Oscar nominations (he won supporting actor), said she had found “meaning in things and people and relationships that have sprung up and friendships that have strengthened.

You should correct the misstatement of facts in this article.

Heath Ledger did NOT win an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for Brokeback Mountain, he didn’t win anything at all, though many of us believe he should have. He was nominated in the Best Actor category but did not win.

S.H.

Ouch. This was a double mistake, since the nomination was for best actor, not supporting actor, and he didn’t win. We corrected, of course: GBU Editor

Actor Heath Ledger arrives at the premiere of the film “Candy” in New York November 6, 2006. REUTERS/Eric Thayer

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