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Earl Boen, best known for playing criminal psychologist Dr Peter Silberman in the Terminator franchise, has died aged 81. A family member confirmed the news to TMZ today with tributes falling in for the late actor.
A family member told TMZ the veteran actor passed away Thursday in Hawaii, but wouldn’t disclose a cause or the specifics of his death.
The star appeared in several instalments of The Terminator franchise with Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton, playing criminal psychologist Dr Peter Silberman.
He is also known for his work in the films The Man With Two Brains and Alien Nation.
Boen also appeared in the hit films Naked Gun 33⅓: The Final Insult in 1994, and Nutty Professor II: The Klumps in 2000.
On the television side, Boen portrayed Rev. Lloyd Meechum in the 1980s sitcom Mama’s Family.
He guest starred on several series, including Great Performances, The Streets of San Francisco, Hawaii Five-O and Wonder Woman to name a few.
As a voice actor, he was known for voicing such characters as Mr Bleakman in Clifford the Big Red Dog and Señor Senior Sr. in Kim Possible.
He was also the Narrator in World of Warcraft and Captain LeChuck in the Monkey Island video game series.
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