Late actor Charles Durning, who appeared in more than 200 films, including "The Sting" and "Dog Day Afternoon," was drafted to the U.S. Army at age 20 and served during World War II. Durning participated in the invasion of Normandy, France, where he was wounded by a German mine. Among Durning's many military honors are the Silver Star, Bronze Star and Purple Heart. —XFINITY Entertainment Staff (Photo by Stephen Shugerman/Getty Images)
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