Oscar-winning actor Martin Landau died Saturday at the age of 89 from “unexpected complications” at The Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, reports TMZ.
Landau was known for starring in the 1960s series “Mission Impossible” and has over 175 media credits on IMDB. Landau’s film career picked up in the late ’80s when he netted back-to-back best supporting actor nominations for Francis Ford Coppola’s “Tucker: The Man And His Dream” (1988) and Woody Allen’s “Crimes and Misdemeanors” (1989).
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He won an Academy Award for his supporting role in Tim Burton’s “Ed Wood” (1994) opposite Johnny Depp.