John Mahoney, of “Frasier” popularity, passed away Sunday in Chicago.
The star’s press agent verified the reports of his passing to Fox News. Mahoney’s long time supervisor, Paul Martino, stated on Monday that Mahoney passed away after a quick hospitalization. The cause of death was not right away revealed.
Mahoney, who starred as Martin Crane on the hit NBC comedy for more than 10 years, supposedly died in hospice care, inning accordance with his press agent.
Born in England in June 1940, Mahoney most just recently appeared in an episode of British tv drama “Foyle’s War” in 2015, and signed up with the cast of TELEVISION Land’s “Hot in Cleveland” from 2011 till 2014.
Before his more than 30 years in the show business, the two-time Golden Globe candidate relocated to the United States after World War II. As he informed the Chicago Tribune “It was dark and so bleak in England” and “so warm” in America.”
He served in the United States Army for 3 years prior to ending up being a U.S. resident and getting a bachelor’s degree from Quincy College in Illinois.
In 1986, Mahoney won a Tony Award for finest included star in a play for his operate in “The House of Blue Leaves,” and in 2000 won a Screen Actors Guild award for efficiency by an ensemble in a funny series for his deal with “Frasier.”
Fox News’ Tyler McCarthy added to this report.