Life: Impossible. Actor Martin Landau Dead at age 89
Martin Landau, a star of the 1960s television series “Mission: Impossible” who made a late-career comeback with an Academy Award-winning performance in the 1994 film “Ed Wood,” died on Saturday at age 89, his publicist said on Sunday.

Landau died at UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles from unexpected complications during a short hospitalization for an undisclosed illness, publicist Dick Guttman said in a statement.
Aside from his Academy Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role in 1995 for Ed Wood, Landau also won the following awards:
Golden Globe: Best Supporting Actor 1995, Ed Wood 1989, Tucker, the Man and his Dream
Screen Actors Guild: Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role: 1995, Ed Wood
National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Supporting Actor: 1995, Ed Wood
Golden Globe Award for Best TV Star: 1968, Mission Impossible
Satellite Mary Pickford Award: 2006
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