US character actor Robert Prosky, best known for Hill Street Blues and a string of movie roles, has died. He was 77.
Prosky died of complications from a heart procedure but passed peacefully.
He spent three years as a police sergeant on Hill Street Blues. At the time he replaced Michael Conrad, including those famous words, “and remember let’s be careful out there. He also appeared in Veronica’s Closet.
His more than 200 stage credits included Glengarry Glen Ross and Arthur Miller’s A View From The Bridge.
He is survived by his wife, Ida, and sons Stefan, John and Andrew.
Source: Syd Morning Herald