Actor STANLEY KAMEL has been found dead of a suspected heart attack.
The 65-year-old was reportedly discovered by his longtime agents in his Hollywood Hills home on Tuesday (08Apr08) afternoon.
Los Angeles emergency services responded to a 911 call made at Kamel's home shortly before 4pm.
Kamel is best known for starring in numerous U.S. TV shows like The West Wing, Six Feet Under and Beverly Hills, 90210.
In recent years he became known as eccentric detective Adrian Monk's psychiatrist in hit show Monk.
In a statement from the USA network, which airs Monk, executives say: "USA is deeply saddened by the news of Stanley Kamel's passing. Stanley was an amazingly talented and extremely kind man, and an important member of the USA family. He will be sorely missed."
Born in New Jersey, Kamel enjoyed almost 40 years as a TV regular, landing his first roles on shows like Mission: Impossible and The Mod Squad in the late 1960s.
He went on to feature in beloved shows like Kojak, Charlie's Angels, Mork + Mindy, Lou Grant, Hill Street Blues, Knight Rider and Barney Miller.
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