'Airwolf' Star Jan-Michael Vincent Has Passed Away At 73, Media Reports Confirm


March 11, 2019 13:18 By Fabiosa

Sadly, many of our favorite TV and film stars depart, one after the other. Just this year, we have said goodbye to many talented actors, including Albert Finney, Brody Stevens, Kristoff St. John, and most recently, Luke Perry.

We lost another star in February, but the confirmation of his passing emerged weeks later. The Airwolf star Jan-Michael Vincent has passed away, media reports have confirmed.


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Saying goodbye to a legend

Jan-Michael, who was an inpatient at a North Carolina hospital for some time before his passing, went into cardiac arrest and died on February 10, TMZ has learned. He was 73.

The late actor was best known for his role on Airwolf, the TV show that made him a big star.


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Jan-Michael’s most notable appearances in feature films include Hard Country (1981), in which he starred opposite Kim Basinger, Hooper (1978), in which he starred alongside Burt Reynolds, and The Mechanic (1972), with Charles Bronson. The actor’s last feature film was White Boy (2002).


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Goodbye messages and tributes

Fans and people who worked with Jan-Michael and knew him personally took to social media and paid tributes to the late actor.

Here are some of the messages from Twitter:

Rest in peace, Mr. Vincent! Your great talent will be remembered by many.

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