Veteran actor Robert Culp, best known for starring in the '60s TV hit "I Spy," has died. He was 79.
The actor was rushed to the hospital on Wednesday morning after falling outside his Hollywood home and suffering a blow to the head, authorities said. He was pronounced dead shortly after arrival, the Los Angeles Times reports. A jogger found the actor and called 911. A preliminary investigation found that "his death is accidental and there appears to be no sign of foul play," police Lt. Bob Binder tells the Times.
Along with "I, Spy" -- which Culp co-starred with Bill Cosby, thus breaking the color barrier for its time -- the actor is also known for his stint on "The Greatest American Hero" as well as guest appearances as Ray's father-in-law on "Everybody Loves Raymond." He also starred in films such as "The Pelican Brief" and "Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice."
Fancast.com will have all 82 episodes of "I Spy" and 42 episodes of "The Greatest American Hero" available online.