Actor Martin Landau, star of ‘Mission: Impossible,’ dies at 89
Mission Impossible Star Martin Landau, dies at 89
Martin Landau, 89, actor who starred in the Sixties tv show “mission: impossible” and got an Oscar for gambling Bela Lugosi inside the film “Ed wood,” died Saturday, his publicist Dick Guttman said Sunday night time.
Landau died at UCLA scientific center in los angeles following “surprising complications in the course of a brief hospitalization,” Guttman said in a announcement.
Landau who was born in June, 1928, in Brooklyn and worked as a cartoonist for the the New York Daily News before becoming an actor, as per internet movies Database (IMDB).
Landau’s profession spanned the decades. In 1957 he had a part within the play “midnight,” with Edward G. Robinson and ended up at the West Coast, according to (IMDB) Internet Movies Database.