Veteran actor Kul Gallagher is best known for his Western television series. Virginian (pictured above) and film Return of the Living Deaddied of natural causes at the age of 93.
Gallagher’s daughter-in-law, Diane Goldner, posted a family statement on Facebook. tall man When Virginiandied of natural causes at the home of his son John and beloved daughter-in-law Diane, surrounded by a loving family. Clu was a proud member of the Cherokee tribe, breaking the rules, sharp and shrewd, always on the side of the oppressed, and as compassionate as he was loyal and devoted to his craft. He had a good sense of humor, was an avid reader, and was sweet and kind. He is noisy and dangerous,” the statement read.
“As a writer and director, he has produced influential short films. a day with the boysIt kicked off the 1970 Cannes Film Festival as an example of cutting-edge filmmaking. He was shocked to find that he had survived a day after his beloved lover, Miriam Bard-Netherly, died 18 years ago. he was 93 years old. He is survived by his sons John and Tom, his partners Diane and Zoe, precious grandchildren Kul Mosha, a devoted fan and decades of extraordinary students. His family will miss him terribly. “
Gulager has over 150 film and television credits. His early television roles included studio one, west point, black saddle, untouchableWhen Alfred Hitchcock PresentsHis TV credits include, in addition to the aforementioned, Virginian, tall man, wagon trainand the original hawaii five oHis most recent television roles include Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, Walker, Texas Ranger, Kung Fu: The Legend Continues,in her 80’s macgyverWhen murder, she wrote.
In terms of movies, he recently appeared in Once Upon A Time…In Hollywood, Give It It HeartsWhen tangerineHis film credits include: A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge When last video show.