George Seagal, the American actor, two-time Golden Globe Award winner, BAFTA nominee and Oscar nominee, died at 88. It was reported by The Deadline on Tuesday, March 23.
According to Seagal’s wife, the actor passed away Tuesday morning as a result of complications from a coronary bypass surgery, RT writes.
In recent years, George Seagal has been known in the U.S. for his roles in television series. He was twice nominated for a Golden Globe for his role in the TV series “Fashion Magazine.” For the last few years, the actor starred in the sitcom The Goldbergs.
George Seagal won a Golden Globe Award in 1964 for Best Actor in his debut film, New Interns, and in 1974 for Best Actor in a comedy, With Chic. The actor was nominated for an Oscar for his supporting role in “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” 1966. At the BAFTAs, Segal was nominated for Best Supporting Actor in the 1968 comedy thriller The Lady is Not Treated That Way.
The actor also received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.