The death of the American actor was confirmed this Thursday Robert Blake (“Baretta”, “Purple Gang”, “In Cold Blood”), 89 years old.
The news came through a statement delivered to the news agency by one of his nieces Associated Pressdetailing that the interpreter died this Thursday of a heart condition.
According to the same publication, the interpreter spent the last hours of his life “at home, surrounded by loved ones.”
Boasting a filmography of more than 40 titles, Blake gained worldwide recognition for his lead role as a detective. Anthony Vincenzo “Tony” Valletta From 1975 to 1978, he appeared in the TV series “Barretta”.
In film, international success came with his acclaimed performance in the film version “cold-blooded” a famous non-fiction novel by Truman Capote.
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