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In this May 2012, photo, Japanese comedian Ken Shimura gestures with a funny face to a photographer in Tokyo. The nationally popular Japanese comedian, who said was drawing inspired from Jerry Lewis, has died of the COVID-19 pneumonia, a first known celebrity victim of the virus in Japan. He was 70. Shimura, who had fans of all generations with his slapstick jokes and funny faces, had been treated at a Tokyo hospital, died of the virus Sunday, March 29, 2020, his agency, Izawa Office, said. (Kyodo News via AP)
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