Actor Gene Barry has died at the age of 90.
The star passed away of unknown causes on Wednesday (09Dec09) in a care home in Woodland Hills, California.
Barry appeared in several Broadway plays and musicals before starring in the sci-fi hit Invaders From Mars in 1953 and 1955's Soldier of Fortune with Clark Gable.
He also appeared in the War of the Worlds in 1953 and made a cameo in the 2005 remake.
But he was best known for his small-screen work, including his roles on Bat Masterson, Burke's Law, and The Name of the Game.
He is survived by his three children, Michael, Fredric and Elizabeth.
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