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  Farewell Martin Landau [read more]
  Versatile leading character actor dies at 89
  The death of Martin Landau has been announced; a veteran of film and television, he got his start in the famed Actor's Studio after a stint as a cartoonist, and became friends with James Dean and Steve McQueen there. Although Landau had peaks and troughs in his career, he will perhaps be best remembered for the highs, such as his role in the Mission: Impossible series, Space: 1999 and his brilliant Oscar-winning turn as Bela Lugosi in Ed Wood, whose down on his luck situation must have resonated with him since he knew what that was like.

Other films included Pork Chop Hill (his big screen debut), North By Northwest (memorably as James Mason's gay henchman), megaflop Cleopatra, They Call Me Mister Tibbs!, A Town Called Bastard, Black Gunn, Blazing Magnum, Meteor, Without Warning, The Return, Alone in the Dark, Cyclone, Tucker: The Man and his Dream (signalling an improvement in his fortunes), Crimes and Misdemeanours, Sliver, The X-Files, Rounders, Sleepy Hollow, City of Ember, Frankenweenie and Remember, among many others and a huge list of television credits. He deserves enormous respect for his faith in his profession through thick and thin; it paid off.
  Graeme Clark [17 Jul 2017 at 11:29]

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