Martin Landau Dies at 89

OSCAR-WINNING ACTOR MARTIN LANDAU DIES AT AGE 89

(CNN) – Fans are remembering veteran actor Martin Landau.

He died at a hospital in Los Angeles on Saturday.

According to a statement from his publicist, Landau suffered unexpected complications during his short hospitalization.

Landau gained fame on the 1960’s TV show “Mission: Impossible”.

He went on to star in several films, including:

“Pork Chop Hill,” “North by Northwest,” “Crimes and Misdemeanors” and “Tucker: The Man and His Dream.”

Landau won an Oscar in 1994 for best supporting actor in Tim Burton’s movie “Ed Wood.”

He also had a string of other awards under his belt, including a Golden Globe and a screen actor Guild’s award.

Martin Landau was 89 years old.

Funeral services are expected to be private, followed by a public memorial in August or September.

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