Actor Mark Sheeler Has Following Complications Of A Stroke At Age 92.
Sheeler was best known for his work throughout the 1950s and 1960s, appearing in such dramas as Why Must I Die?, Speed Crazy, Korean Attack and horror film From Hell It Came.
A World War Two veteran, he also had cameos on the small screen in TV shows such as Alfred Hitchcock Presents, Adventures of Superman, Highway Patrol, Zorro, and he also hosted his own puppet show, Time for Beanie.
H quit acting to become a professional wedding photographer and supervisor for the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, but he returned to showbusiness in the 1980s with cameos in ER, Mad About You and Chicago Hope.
Sheeler passed away last week (ends07Aug15).
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