Movie theater porn star dies at age 76

Cedar Lee Theatre, the world-renowned movie theater chain, has confirmed the death of a porn star whose body was found in the basement of a movie theater in New Jersey.

Troy Stolzenberg, 51, died Thursday at his home in North Carolina.

He was the star of a film about the life of John Travolta, which is expected to be released in theaters July 20.

Stolzenberg, who starred in several movies with Travo and starred in the 1998 film “The Devil’s Backbone,” was a member of the “Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants,” a group of adult film stars that formed in 1998.

Stolzberg, who worked for Cedar Lee, said the theater would be open for business as usual at noon on Friday, which would mean the theater is open until 2 p.m.

On Friday, the company’s public relations department said in a statement that Stolzo was a performer and director of films.

The statement said that in the past decade he had been involved in the production of the films “Babe” and “Troy.”

The statement said the movie business was in a “death spiral” due to the rise in the popularity of the Internet and the loss of traditional theaters.

The company said in the statement that it is “deeply saddened” by the loss.

The theater, which opened in 1948, is located at 446 Pine Street in North Camden, NJ.