George Segal, the American actor who was nominated for an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor in 1967 for his role in “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolf,” died in California on Tuesday at the age of 87, Hollywood magazine reported. Expiration.
George Seagal “died of complications from heart bypass surgery,” his wife Sonia told the Associated Press in a statement.
Born in a small town in New York State on February 17, 1934, he made his film debut in the early 1960s and appeared in a small role, most notably in “The Longest Day”, 1962 Fresco on Normandy Landing.
Along with movie giants like Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, his main weapons come a few years later with “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolf”.
He will play the lead role in Stanley Kramer’s “La Nef des Fauz” in 1965 or Sidney Lumet’s director in 1968’s “By By Brewerman”.
In over fifty films up to 2010, he received an Oscar nomination – in 1974 he received the Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Comedy for “A Mistress, A Woman in Hands”.
George Segal is best known for his roles on television, mainly on sitcoms. Since 2013, he has played the role of “Pops Solomon” in the series “The Goldbergs”.