Martin Landau, a veteran actor whose work has spanned the big screen and small screen, died Saturday afternoon at UCLA Medical Center. He was 89 years old. According to TMZ, which broke this sad piece of news, Landau passed away at approximately 1:30 p.m. local time. He had just recently been hospitalized for unknown reasons and had suffered a few health-related complications before passing away. Among the many impressive credits to his name, Landau starred in such films as Alfred Hitchcock’s North by Northwest, Tim Burton’s Ed Wood (for which he won an Academy Award) and Cleopatra. Within the realm of television, Landau is likely best known for his role on the series Mission: Impossible. He left that show after three seasons due to a contract dispute… Read entire story.
Source: The Hollywood Gossip