Transcript for Broadway Dims the Lights to Pay Tribute to Philip Seymour Hoffman
Moving to the investigation into the tragic death of actor Philip Seymour Hoffman. Tonight, some arrested in connection with the actor's death have appeared in court, as his family and friends prepare to say good-bye with some of the actor's own words. ABC's Cecilia Vega, tonight. Reporter: In New York City, tonight, a wake for Philip Seymour Hoffman. His three children and long-time girlfriend, there to say good-bye. Police are investigating where the 46-year-old actor got the heroin discovered in his apartment when he was found dead on Sunday. In court today, two people arrested as part of that investigation on unrelated drug charges. A third, whom police say had Hoffman's number in his cell phone, also arrested. They all deny involvement in Hoffman's death. A steady stream of stars, Michelle Williams, Joaquin Phoenix, Ethan Hawke, have paid their respects to Hoffman's family. Actress cate Blanchett showing up, armed with a bag of toys. The actor speaking about his children in 2008. When you have children, the idea of heartbreak changes. The definition of what heartbreak takes on a whole different meaning. You didn't think you could love something like that in way. And now, you do. Reporter: Hoffman spoke publicly about his struggle with addicti addiction. Aaron Sorkin writing in this week's "Time" magazine, we were both fathers of young children. And we were both recovering drug addicts. Hoffman revealing to his friend, this premonition. If one of us dies of an overdose, probably ten people who are about to won't. Now, Sorkin who created "The west wing" hopes that part of Hoffman's legacy says that this story of addiction saves some lives. Cecilia, thank you. It was last night, we told
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