Actor Barry Newman has died at the age of 92 at New York-Presbyterian Columbia University Irving Medical Center in New York City.
The Boston-born entertainer, best known for his role as Kowalski in the 1971 crime thriller Vanishing Point, passed away May 11, his wife Angela told The Hollywood Reporter on Sunday.
Who was Barry Newman
Barry Newman was an American actor born in Boston, Massachusetts in November 1938.
One of his best known roles came starring as Anthony J. Petrocelli on the television series Petrocelli from 1974 to 1976.
Newman starred as Dr. Garrett Braden on the TV series Nightingales in 1989. He has starred in several movies including Pretty Boy Floyd, The Lawyer, Vanishing Point, City on Fire, Brown’s Requiem, Goodbye Lover, The Limey, Bowfinger, Jack the Dog, True Blue, Good Advice, 40 Days and 40 Nights, Manhood, Grilled, and more.
Barry Newman has also appeared in episodes of the TV series Get Smart, The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, Murder, She Wrote, The New Hollywood Squares, L.A. Law, NYPD Blue, The O.C., Ghost Whisperer, and more.
Newman was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award in 1975 and a Golden Globe Award in 1976 for Petrocelli.
Barry Newman Death
Newman died at Columbia University Irving Medical Center on May 11, 2023, at the age of 92. He was survived by his wife, Angela.
Barry Newman Death cause of death:
Newman’s wife Angela told The Hollywood Reporter that he died from natural causes.
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