The British actor was best known for playing Admiral Motti in 1977's Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.
In one of the film's most iconic scenes, Motti was Force-choked by Darth Vader for insubordination.
The circumstances of the actor's death have yet to be confirmed, TMZ reports.
LeParmentier once said of his most famous role: "I did the choking effect by flexing muscles in my neck. It set off a chain of events, that choking.
"I can't do it anymore because, oddly enough, »
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