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Martin Landau, the popular character star understood for roles in films like “Ed Wood” and “North by Northwest,” has actually passed away. He was 89 years of ages.

< a href=http://www.tmz.com/2017/07/16/martin-landau-dead/ > TMZ broke the news of Landau’s death on Sunday evening.According to the gossip website, the legendary actor passed away on Saturday afternoon.”We’re told Martin passed away at 1:30 PM PT Saturday at UCLA Medical Center after a short hospitalization where he suffered unforeseen issues,”TMZ reported.Throughout his life Landau was understood for his dry line shipment and remarkable face.The Brooklyn born actor went to the Star’s Studio with Steve McQueen and was close with star James Dean. Over his 7 years career, Landau appeared in hundreds of jobs. At the 1995 Academy Awards, he won the Oscar for Finest Supporting Actor for his portrayal of star Bela Lugosi in”Ed Wood. “In a 2016 interview with The Washington Times, Landau discussed exactly what he thought about acting in the 21st century.”What is considered excellent acting today isn’t really always great acting, since everyone understands what they are doing.

Doubt is a vital part of the human being. Trust has to be obtained, ” Landau said.”If you don’t trust yourself, you will not trust others. You make a choice and see where it goes.” Douglas Barclay, Rare Personnel|Posted on

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