Veteran actor Kevin Conway has reportedly passed away. The 77-year-old reportedly died of a heart attack on Wednesday, but other circumstances related to his passing have yet to been revealed. His publicist has confirmed the news.
The intense actor was known for stage and screen work. He was legendary lawyer Jonas Stern on “The Good Wife,” the abusive Seamus O’Reily on HBO’s “Oz,” the father of Jenny in “The Black Donnellys,” the legendary Klingon warrior Kahless in “Star Trek: The Next Generation,” and he provided the narration for the 1990s version of “The Outer Limits” (which you can hear in the video below) and more recent shows like “Who Killed Jane Doe” and “Prarie Dog Manor”.
In film, he starred in the likes of “Slaughterhouse-Five,” “Funny Farm,” “Gettysburg,” “Thirteen Days,” “The Quick and The Dead,” “Black Knight,” “Invincible,” “Mercury Rising,” “Mystic River” and the celebrated TV movie “The Scarlet Letter”.
Source: The New York Times