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The Marlboro Man — actor Brad Johnson — died at 62, plus more stars we've lost to COVID-19

Wonderwall Logo By Wonderwall.com Editors of Wonderwall | Slide 1 of 68: Join Wonderwall.com as we take a look at the stars we've lost due to the coronavirus pandemic... Brad Johnson, a former rodeo cowboy and Marlboro Man and Calvin Klein model who starred in Steven Spielberg's romantic drama "Always" and appeared on "Melrose Place," died from COVID-19 complications on Feb. 18 in Fort Worth, Texas, his rep confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter on June 2. Brad -- who also starred in the movie "Flight of the Intruder," the miniseries "Rough Riders" and on TV shows like "Soldier of Fortune, Inc." and "Ned Blessing: The Story of My Life and Times" -- was 62. "Although he was taken too early, he lived life to the fullest and taught his children to do the same," his family told THR in a statement. "Brad greatly enjoyed improving and enhancing land, in a way that maintained and respected its natural beauty. He always felt most at home outdoors, and his passion for the land made that evident. As much as he loved cowboying, hunting and land, Brad loved nothing more than his family."Keep reading for more stars we've lost to COVID-19...

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Join Wonderwall.com as we take a look at the stars we've lost due to the coronavirus pandemic... Brad Johnson, a former rodeo cowboy and Marlboro Man and Calvin Klein model who starred in Steven Spielberg's romantic drama "Always" and appeared on "Melrose Place," died from COVID-19 complications on Feb. 18 in Fort Worth, Texas, his rep confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter on June 2. Brad -- who also starred in the movie "Flight of the Intruder," the miniseries "Rough Riders" and on TV shows like "Soldier of Fortune, Inc." and "Ned Blessing: The Story of My Life and Times" -- was 62. "Although he was taken too early, he lived life to the fullest and taught his children to do the same," his family told THR in a statement. "Brad greatly enjoyed improving and enhancing land, in a way that maintained and respected its natural beauty. He always felt most at home outdoors, and his passion for the land made that evident. As much as he loved cowboying, hunting and land, Brad loved nothing more than his family."

Keep reading for more stars we've lost to COVID-19...

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