Actor Alan Arkin, who received an Academy Award, passed away on June 29 at 89. According to TCM, Arkin is survived by three children. He had kids named Anthony and Adam with his second wife, Barbara Dana, and sons called Matthew and Adam with his first wife, Jeremy Yaffe. In 1996, Arkin wed Suzanne Newlander for the third time; the couple was still together when he passed away.

Following the revelation, Arkin’s sons stated that People were able to receive, in which they said that their father “was a particularly talented force of nature, both as an artist and a man. He was adored and will be sadly lost for being a devoted husband, father, grandpa, and great-grandfather.” The cause of death was not made explicit in the statement.

Those who liked Arkin’s work have been reflecting on his tremendous career since the news of his passing spread.

Alan Arkin revealed the cornerstone of his life.

According to IMDb, Alan Arkin was born in Brooklyn on March 26, 1934, the son of Jewish immigrants who were artists and teachers. After working with Second City and appearing in movies like “Wait Until Dark,” “Edward Scissorhands,” and “Argo,” as well as the Netflix series “The Kominsky Method,” Arkin went on to become a famous actor and won an Oscar for “Little Miss Sunshine.”

He admitted to the Independent in May 2021 that he grew up “dirt poor” but loved acting. He was also a well-known director, producer, singer, composer, and writer.

In 2019, Arkin received a Hollywood Walk of Fame star, and Variety stated that he had “often just seen where life [took] him.” He said, “It’s kind of been the cornerstone of my work and my life, as well.” when describing his propensity for going with the flow.

Arkin also had a passion for aesthetics in his life. He admitted to The Guardian in October 2020 that in his younger years, he “could not conceive of going through a day without reading great literature or listening to great music,” things had altered in his later years.

“Silently surviving. observing the garden. having a connection to the sky, flowers, and trees. I find that to be meaningful right now.” He responded, “There was no beginning, and there is no end,” when it was said that it sounded as though he was preparing for the end. All of us are a part of that perpetual flow.