Oscar-nominated screenwriter Larry Kramer, who also courted fame as a playwright, author, and gay rights and AIDS activist, has died. He was 84. Kramer, best known for penning the play "The Normal Heart", passed away on Wednesday from pneumonia.

After the news of his demise, celebrities including Julia Roberts and Lin-Manuel Miranda took to social media to pay tribute and express their grief, reports variety.com.

"He was ferocious and tireless in his beliefs. A true hero that so many people owe their lives to today. I was honoured to spend time in his orbit," said Roberts, who starred alongside Mark Ruffalo in the movie adaptation of "The Normal Heart".
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