Michael Clarke Duncan, the actor best known for his role in the award-winning Frank Darabont thriller, "The Green Mile," tragically passed away last week at the age of 54. At his memorial service earlier this week, Tom Hank's delivered one of the more heartfelt, but utterly uproarious eulogies you'll ever hear.
Hanks tells a story Duncan told him while on the set of the "Green Mile," which is about when he tried to join a gang as a youth. The story is just great, and you really get a sense of how much Hanks respected Duncan for the undeniable man that he grew into. RIP.