Tv actor René Auberjonois is the death of lung cancer

The american actor René Auberjonois is the death of lung cancer at the age of 79 years. Auberjonois died Sunday. It informs his son, Remy Auberjonois, to CNN.

Tv actor René Auberjonois is the death of lung cancer

The american actor René Auberjonois is the death of lung cancer at the age of 79 years. Auberjonois died Sunday. It informs his son, Remy Auberjonois, to CNN.

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
09 December 2019 Monday 01:00
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Tv actor René Auberjonois is the death of lung cancer

The american actor René Auberjonois is the death of lung cancer at the age of 79 years. Auberjonois died Sunday.

It informs his son, Remy Auberjonois, to CNN.

René Auberjonois was best known for his numerous tv roles in "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" and "Boston Legal", but he also did theatre and appeared in the film. Among other things, as militærpræsten Father John Mulcahy in Robert Altmans movie "Mash" from 1970.

in the Same year, René Auberjonois, a Tony Award for his role in the Broadway musical "Coco" about the designer Coco Chanel with Katharine Hepburn in the lead role.

Auberjonois was twice nominated for an Emmy. The first time was in 1984 for her supporting role as the governor's chief of staff, Clayton Endicott III, in the comedy "Benson".

He was nominated again in 2001 for his guest appearance as a judge in the drama "The Practice," about a law firm in Boston.

From 2004 to 2008, he starred in five seasons of "Boston Legal" - a spinoff series of "The Practice".

In an opinion call Remy Auberjonois his father as a "proud, progressive and accomplished professional and craftsman".

He also praises his father for the work he did for Doctors Without Borders.

- He was married to my mother for 56 years. He was a dedicated father and grandfather, and he had a great sense of humor, says Remy Auberjonois, according to CNN.

René Auberjonois played Odo in all seven seasons of "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" in the 1990s.

"Star Trek"colleagues William Shatner and George Takei has reacted to the news on Auberjonois' death on Twitter.

Takei calls him "a wonderful, caring and intelligent man".

- He will be missed, writes George Takei.

- When I look up at the stars, I will think of you, friend.

Updated: 09.12.2019 01:00
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