Horror and TV veteran Richard Lynch has passed away at the age of 72, according to Shock Till You Drop.
Our hearts go out to friends and family of the man who had indelible roles in Halloween and as a villain in just about anything you can imagine, horror or otherwise. He was in pretty much everything: Starsky & Hutch, The Bionic Woman, Battlestar Galactica, Star Trek: Next Generation, and a litany of other classic TV shows. The volume and quality of his work can really only be appreciated by taking a peek at his IMDb page.
- Andy Greene
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