Martin Landau Passes Away

Martin Landau has died, aged 89.

The actor, star of the Mission: Impossible TV series, passed away at the UCLA Medical Center after suffering unexpected complications following a short hospital stay.

Landau had his first major part in Alfred Hitchcock’s North by Northwest, before later signing on for his most famous role as master of disguise Rollin Hand in Mission: Impossible in 1966.won an Oscar, a Golden Globe, a Saturn Award and an SAG award for his role as Bela Lugosi in 1994’s Ed Wood.

Landau is survived by his two daughters, who he had with his ex-wife and former co-star Barbara Bain.

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