Jan-Michael Vincent, best known for his role in the '80s hit Airwolf, has died at the age of 74.
He was nominated for two Golden Globes: supporting actor for Going Home and supporting actor for the 1983 miniseries The Winds of War.
There's a Kraft-Trump connection to Wild Orchids of Asia scandal
That Super Bowl party was just one of the many events Yang has attended at Trump's private club in Palm Beach. It does seem, however, to be a small world among the Palm Beach glitterati.
Large-scale shipment of Tesla's Model 3 cars arrives at Tianjin Port
Elon Musk's tweet saying: "annualized production rate at end of 2019 probably around 500k, i.e. 10k cars/week". The carmaker also started deliveries of the sedan in Europe this quarter.
Sergio Ramos lays down the law to his Real Madrid teammates
Real give a lot of room away and if you are prepared to play football, you know you can make it very hard for them. Ramos reportedly blamed Perez for their poor from this season having failed to strengthen key areas in the summer.
During his three-season stint on "Airwolf", Vincent became one of the highest-paid actors in American television, earning a reported $200,000 per episode.
Vincent battled with alcohol and substance abuse, having been arrested for possession of cocaine and bar brawls various times. His last credit came in 2002, and in 2012 he had his lower leg amputated after an illness.
The actor nearly died in 2012 after an infection forced him to have his right leg amputated.
He is survived by his wife, Patricia, and daughter Amber.