Michael Constantine, who is most famous for his role in My Big Fat Greek Wedding has died at the age of 94 his reps have confirmed
Michael Constantine has died at the age of 94, his reps have confirmed.
The actor, famed for his role as Gus in the hit My Big Fat Greek Wedding, died of natural causes on August 31.
His agent Julia Buchwald confirmed the star died at his home in Reading, Massachusetts.
While his long career had earned him Emmy Awards and other notable accolades, he is best known for his part in the indie comedy.
He starred in the smash hit as the fruit and Windex-obsessed father Gus Portokalos and also featured in a short-lived CBS series in 2003, My Big Fat Greek Life, and the 2016 film sequel, My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2.
Before playing the popular dad, he had featured as the school headmaster on TV series Room 222 between 1969 to 1974, winning an Emmy for his performance in 1970.
Elsewhere on his long list of performances, he starred in TV shows such as The Untouchables, Kojak, and Airwolf.
Michael had many guest roles too, earning credits on the likes of Naked City, Perry Mason, Ironside, Gunsmoke and Hey, Landlord in the 1960s, and Remington Steele, Murder, She Wrote and Law & Order.
On the big screen, he was featured on classic hits including The Last Mile in 1959 and Don’t Drink the Water in 1969.
Michael is survived by his two sisters, Patricia Gordon and Chris Dobbs,
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