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Tom Colicchio Remembers the Late William Goldman as the “Greatest Eater Ever”

The Bravo's Top Chef head judge paid tribute to the acclaimed screenwriter.

By Tamara Palmer

Tom Colicchio has offered up a sweet and revelatory memory of a friend he just lost.

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Screenwriter William Goldman, 87, passed away Thursday night in his New York City home. His exemplary filmography included many of your favorites: He wrote the scripts for beloved movies like Butch Cassidy and the Sundance KidAll The President's MenThe Princess BrideThe Stepford Wives, and Misery, just to name a few.

"My friend Bill Goldman passed away today," the Bravo's Top Chef host and lead judge wrote in a post on Twitter. "The world knew him as an screenwriter, I knew Bill as the greatest eater ever. #RIPWilliamGoldman." 

What a sweet and personal way to pay tribute to a friend.

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