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celine handbags Hoffman death ruled accidental, drug cocktail including cocaine, heroin found in actor's system In this Jan. 19, 2014 photo, Philip Seymour Hoffman poses for a portrait at The Collective and Gibson Lounge Powered by CEG, during the Sundance Film Festival, in Park City, Utah. Hoffman, who won the Oscar for best actor in 2006 for his portrayal of writer Truman Capote in Capote, was found dead Sunday, Feb. 2, 2014, in his New York apartment. He was 46. (Photo by Victoria Will/Invision/AP)Award-winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman's death has been ruled accidental, with the "acute mixed drug intoxication" as the official cause. The office found heroin, cocaine, benzodiazepines and amphetamine in Hoffman's system, The 46-year-old Oscar-winning died Feb. 2 from what was first widely reported to be a heroin overdose. A personal assistant found his body in the bathroom with a hypodermic needle in his arm and called 911, Before his death, Hoffman was relatively open about previous struggles with substance abuse. After at least two decades of sobriety, he checked himself into rehab following a 2012 relapse. Hoffman made a name for himself as an introspective character actor, but he was also attached to some of Hollywood's biggest hits, most recently appearing The Hunger Games franchise. Though a household name in the movie business, he was also very involved in the New York City theater world. David Katz, a playwright friend of Hoffman's and one of the first people to discover his body, recently settled a libel case with the National Enquirer and plans to create a playwright award in Hoffman's honor. Shortly after Hoffman's death, the Enquirer claimed Katz told reporters he and Hoffman were lovers who free-based cocaine the night before his death. Katz filed suit against the tabloid, which quickly With the settlement, Katz founded the American Playwriting Foundation in Hoffman's honor, which will give out an annual prize of ,000 for an unproduced play. Katz wouldn't disclose the exact amount the Enquirer paid out, but it was enough to fund the prize for many years. "In honor of Mr. Hoffman s dogged pursuit of artistic truth, it will be called the Relentless Award,"