Hugh Hefner — who founded Playboy and turned it into a globally iconic brand — is dead at 91.
Playboy says Hugh died peacefully at home Wednesday, surrounded by loved ones.
Hefner’s health had been in serious decline over the last year and he’s not been seen in public for some time. His passing comes just over a year after his brother, Keith, died battling cancer.
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