Canadian actor August Schellenberg dies at 77
feet below, where Speck Mellencamp punched Bucy until someone pulled him away. The Mellencamp brothers and Smith then allegedly ran from the scene.
Bucy suffered facial fractures and received stitches at a local hospital, according to the affidavit. It also says Bucy was referred to a plastic surgeon.
Speck Mellencamp told officers he had been at a party at Bucy’s home earlier when two girls began fighting over him, and that a white male punched him as he tried to halt the girls’ fight. Mellencamp said his assailant ran into the house.
He said he “was very upset about being punched” but soon left and went home, where he, his brother and Smith decided to return.
Hud and Speck Mellencamp are the sons of John Mellencamp — whose hits include Hurts So Good and Pink Houses — and his third wife, model Elaine Irwin. The couple divorced in 2011 after 19 years of marriage. DALLAS — Canadian actor August Schellenberg, who starred in the Free Willy films, has died at his Dallas home after a fight with lung cancer. He was 77.
The actor’s agent, Jamie Levitt, says Schellenberg died Thursday surrounded by his family.
Schellenberg appeared in numerous television roles and was in all three Free Willy movies. In 2007, he was nominated for an Emmy for Best Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or Movie for his role as Chief Sitting Bull in Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee.
Levitt says one of Schellenberg’s last notable works was in 2012, playing the lead in Shakespeare’s King Lear in an all-Canadian cast in at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa.
She described Schellenberg as a loving family man and an iconic Canadian actor.
John Mellencamp and Elaine Irwin.