The star of the movie “ed wood” died at the age of 89 years. The representative of the Landau reported that the cause of death was “unforeseen complications”. The last days the artist spent in the hospital. Fans mourn the loss.
Martin Landau has died at the age of 89. According to the medical center of the University of California, star of the film “ed wood” died from “unforeseen complications”. A few days ago he was taken to the hospital. Details of the incident are not disclosed.
Landau is remembered for her role in the TV series “Mission impossible”, where he artfully turned into a few characters. However, most of the audience learned about the actor, when he played in the movie “ed wood” Dracula. For this painting he was awarded the “Oscar”, and he also got award Golden globe and screen actors Guild USA.
So sad to hear about the passing of Martin Landau. He was an incredible storyteller & so very kind to me while we shooting The Majestic. pic.twitter.com/nwyhIDJCNp
— Laurie Holden (@Laurie_Holden) on July 17, 2017
Users of social networks and colleagues on the stage I offer my condolences to his family. “He was so wonderful”, “We have lost a gifted Martin Landau. I had the opportunity to work with him, Away Martin Landau, he will be missed,” wrote fans of the movies.
Martin Landau was born in 1928 in the family of Austrian, settled in the United States. 17 years old, future movie star worked as a cartoonist for new York newspaper the Daily News, the illustrated column, as well as drawing comic strips. However, inspired by the films of Charlie Chaplin, he decided to conquer the world of cinema.
“I left a well-paid job to become an unemployed actor. Still in the ears is a mother’s cry: “What have you done?” recalled Landau in the home interview.
In the late 1940s, the artist has already begun to act in films. He was trained in the popular acting Studio in Manhattan. In that time he had an affair with Marilyn Monroe.
“It could be a great actress, but because of the terrible insecurity brought everyone around to the handle,” – said the famous blonde Landau.