James Farentino died of heart failure on Tuesday (Jan. 24) after a lengthy illness, reports People. The veteran actor has more than 100 TV credits on his resume and was named Most Promising Newcomer by the Golden Globes in 1967.
But where do you recognize him from? Probably one of these five roles:
3. "Jesus of Nazareth": Farentino was nominated for an Emmy for his title role in the 1977 TV mini-series.
4. "Dynasty": Farentino starred as Dr. Nick Toscani in several episodes of the early '80s primetime soap.
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