Actor and writer Spalding Gray was found dead in New York's East River on March 7.
Gray was best known for writing and starring in the autobiographical Swimming to
Cambodia, the solo piece based on his experiences acting in The Killing Fields. He
performed more than a dozen intimate monologues, including "Gray's Anatomy,"
"Monster in a Box" and "Morning, Noon and Night", and appeared
in 38 films, including Beaches, The Paper and Kate & Leopold.
Gray, who would have been 63 in June, was known to suffer depression and had been
missing for two months. He was last seen on January 10 walking out of his New York
apartment after taking his two sons to a movie. The night he disappeared, he called
his son to say, "I love you", his wife told local media.