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Matthew Cowles, Actor Married to Christine Baranski, Dies at 69

4 June 2014 1:07 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Matthew Cowles, a distinctive character actor and playwright who was married to actress Christine Baranski, died of congestive heart failure in New York City on May 22. He was 69.

Cowles made a career of playing villains who come to a bad end. He often joked that he “made a living dying.” He will be best remembered for his portrayal of Billy Clyde Tuggle, the pimp who terrorized the town of Pine Valley on ABC’s “All My Children.” His work on the soap opera spanned four decades, as his role recurred throughout the ’70s, ’80s, ’90s and again in 2013, when the show was temporarily resurrected. The role garnered Cowles a daytime Emmy nomination.

Other memorable roles for Cowles included Monkey John, whom he portrayed in the TV miniseries “Lonesome Dove” (1989), and a schizophrenic homeless man named Lemonhead in an episode of “Law & Order” (1991). Other film and television credits include “Midnight Cowboy, »

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Soap Star Matthew Cowles Dies at 69

25 May 2014 11:36 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Matthew Cowles, who was best known for his role as Billy Clyde Tuggle on the soap opera “All My Children,” died May 22 at the age of 69.

His manager, Tsu Tsu Stanton confirmed the news via Twitter:

#Matthew Cowles passed away on 5/22.I had the pleasure of being his manager. He was a very gifted and kind man who loved life and everyone.—

Tsu Tsu Stanton (@TsuTsuUnlimited) May 23, 2014

The Daytime Emmy nominee, who was married to “The Good Wife’s” Christine Baranski and was the son of Broadway producer Chandler Cowles, was also a playwright and stage actor. He appeared on Broadway in revivals of “Sweet Bird of Youth” and “The Time of Your Life” and starred in the Edward Albee play “Malcolm,” which was based on the James Purdy novel. He also appeared in films “Nurse Betty,” “Shutter Island” and “The Juror.” His TV credits also include “Oz” and “The Bold and the Beautiful. »

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R.I.P. ‘All My Children’s Matthew Cowles

25 May 2014 10:39 AM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Actor and playwright Matthew Cowles, best known for creating and playing the villainous Billy Clyde Tuggle on ABC’s All My Children, died May 22. He was 69. Cowles’s long-running stint on the ABC soap ran began in 1977 as he popped in and out of the Pine Valley soap through 1990, when the Tuggle character was presumed dead in a bomb explosion. He came back a final time to reprise the role in 2013. Cowles nabbed two Daytime Emmy Awards for his turn as the notorious thug and also starred on CBS soap The Bold and the Beautiful for a season. In features Cowles made his film debut in 1969′s Me, Natalie with Patty Duke and a young Al Pacino. He also acted in The Happy Hooker, Slap Shot, The World According to Garp, The Money Pit, Brenda Starr, The Juror, Nurse Betty, City By The Sea, and Shutter Island. The son of »

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