Oscar-winning actor Ernest Borgnine, whose career spanned more than 60 years, has died, his spokesman has said.
He died of renal failure in a Los Angeles hospital with his family by his side, his spokesman, Harry Flynn, told the Associated Press.
Mr Borgnine, who was 95 years old, continued acting until recently with a role in the hospital drama ER in 2009.
He won an Oscar in 1955 for his role in the film Marty.
His family released a statement saying Borgnine "had been in excellent health until a recent illness".
Borgnine was also known for his roles in western The Wild Bunch and disaster movie The Poseidon Adventure.
His TV series McHale's Navy was also a major success in the United States. He is also remembered for his role as the jovial Dominic Santini in the 1980s series Airwolf.
His manager Lynda Bensky called it "a very sad day", adding: "The industry has lost someone great, the calibre of which we will never see again.
"A true icon. But more importantly, the world has lost a sage and loving man who taught us all how to 'grow young'"