JAN-MICHAEL VINCENT HAS DIED AGED 74...
Jan-Michael Vincent, best known for playing adrenaline junkie pilot Stringfellow Hawke in 1980s TV arrangement Airwolf, has kicked the bucket at 74 years old, it has risen.
The US on-screen character likewise showed up with Charles Bronson in The Mechanic, with Burt Reynolds in Hooper and original surfing film Big Wednesday.
He was named for a Golden Globe for 1971 film Going Home and again in 1984 for miniseries The Winds of War.
Vincent passed on 10 February, as per his demise authentication.
The record, which was just gotten by the media on Friday, states he was an inpatient at a clinic in North Carolina and is made due by his third spouse, Patricia Ann Christ.
Vincent was brought into the world 15 July 1944 in Denver, Colorado.
He showed up on screen in the 1967 TV film The Hardy Boys: The Mystery of the Chinese Junk, under the name Mike Vincent.
Vincent worked consistently all through the 80s, strikingly working with Kris Kristofferson and Victoria Principal on the 1976 film Vigilante Force.
He likewise featured close by Kim Basinger in 1981's Hard Country.
Vincent took on his most renowned job as helicopter pilot Stringfellow Hawke in the CBS activity arrangement Airwolf in 1984, in which he featured with the late Ernest Borgnine.
He was paid $200,000 for each scene he featured in.
Vincent's profession wound down after his Airwolf heyday, and he resigned from acting in 2009.
His last component film was the 2002 pack motion picture White Boy.
In 2012 a leg disease expected him to have the lower half of his right leg removed.