Earl Boen, the busy character actor best known for playing criminal psychologist Peter in the Terminator Silbermann is well known. ) film franchise, died Thursday in Hawaii, his daughter told The Hollywood Reporter . he is81.
Ruby Harbin said her father was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer in November and passed away quietly in his sleep.
Born on August 8th 81, Born has amassed dozens of credit. In 1984, he was in
James Cameron ‘s Terminator, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Michael Biehn. He reprises his role in Terminator 2: Judgment Day (2001) and Character Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2001).
The first memorable scene Terminator sees the character interrogating Biehn’s Kyle Reese, a character from the future of freedom fighters psychologists believe suffer from paranoid delusions. Nearly 33 years later, Bean fondly recalls his time working with Boone on set.
“He’s a great actor, always fun to be around,” Bean told THR, adding that Cameron “choosed Earl because he’s special.” Two-brained man , exotic , naked gun
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, Sioux City , The Companion, To Be or Not to Be, Walk Like a Man and The Prince.
As for TV, he appeared in eg The Golden Girls, Who’s the Boss ?, Mama’s Family, The Law and Harry McGraw, Webster, Matlock, Scarecrow and Mrs.Gold and Boy Meets World .
at 2001 After retiring from screen acting, he went on to work as a voice actor in radio, animated d-series, and video games. Some of his credits in the field include Mr. Bleakman in Clifford the Red Dog , Señor Senior Sr. in Kim Possible , LeChuck in the Tales of Monkey Island video game and some World of Warcraft The narrator of the video game.
In addition to his daughter, survivors include his second wife, Cathy, and grandchildren, Kimmy and Kimo. His first wife, Carol, died on 2001.
Aaron Couch contributed to this report.