Remembering Dean Stockwell: Blue Velvet and Quantum Leap actor dies aged 85


That news, breaking overnight the passing of quantum leap. George Stockwell was born in 1936 in North Hollywood. As a young boy, he launched a career as a child actor that career would span seven decades and some of the most memorable roles in tv and film this morning, Hollywood remembering dean Stockwell, whose career in film and tv spanned more than 70 years, the actor passed away at the age of 85, best known for his starring role in the sci-fi series - a quantum leap, I think you're right.

Of course, I'm right playing admiral al clavicle, opposite Scott Bakula landing him. Four Emmy nominations: over five years from 1989 to 1993, his film career began in 1945. Stockwell in three movies. That year, Including the frank Sinatra and gene kelly, hid anchors away.

Two years later he appeared in gentlemen's agreement starring Gregory peck, which went on to win the Oscar for best picture. He was nominated for an Oscar for his supporting role in the late 90s hit married to the mob Miami later in life. He again found success in the sci-fi world with a recurring role in the battle.

Star Galactica, I saw a star Explode and send out the building blocks of the universe. According to a family spokesperson, Stockwell died Saturday of natural causes and Stockwell played more than 200 on-screen rolls guys. I was doing some research and he apparently resigned from his acting career in 2015 but became an artist showing his work all around the u.s under his real name, Robert dean Stockwell. He is survived by His two children, very talented, so versatile yeah. What a career he had.

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