Martin Landau, Academy Award-Winning Ed Wood Actor, Dies at 89
He enjoyed a Hollywood career that touched on seven decades and dozens of memorable roles across stage, film, and television. He was a friend of James Dean and Steve McQueen, and while his career began in the 1950s, his most critically acclaimed work came much later on in his life, including an Academy Award.
Martin Landau appeared in more than 60 films, between 1959 and 2015, and had nearly as many television credits. He worked with filmmakers as diverse as Alfred Hitchcock, Tim Burton, Woody Allen, Francis Ford Coppola and numerous others. And he continued working well into his 80s.
Landau died Sunday in Los Angeles at the age of ...
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