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Robert Hogan, 'The Wire' and 'Peyton Place' actor, dead at 87

June 2 (UPI) -- Robert Hogan, a television actor who starred in Peyton Place and recurred on The Wire, among many other roles, has died at the age of 87.

Hogan died from complications from pneumonia at his home off the coast of Maine in May, according to his obituary in the New York Times.

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Hogan accumulated over 150 acting credits during his career. He portrayed Rev. Tom Winter in more than 60 episodes of Peyton Place and appeared as Louis Sobotka in four episodes of The Wire.

The actor was a helicopter pilot on M*A*S*H, a judge on Law & Order was a part of the Broadway production of A Few Good Men from Aaron Sorkin.

Hogan guest-starred multiple times on Gunsmoke, The F.B.I., Murder She Wrote, The Rockford Files, 77 Sunset Strip and Barnaby Jones.

Other television credits include Batman, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Bonanza, Mission: Impossible, Hawaii Five-O, I Dream of Jeannie and more.

Hogan is survived by his wife Mary Hogan and three children from a previous marriage, Chris, Stephen and Jud.

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