‘The Wire’ Actor Robert Hogan Dies At 87
The Wire actor Robert Hogan, whose career spanned six decades, died at age 87. Hogan’s family announced that the actor died on Thursday from pneumonia complications at his home in Maine.
Hogan received an Outer Circle Award in 1998 for his performance as Clarence Darrow in the show Never the Sinner, a show by playright and screenwriter John Logan. He later starred in the original Aaron Sorkin’s Broadway production A Few Good Men as a U.S. Marine.
The actor appeared on more than 100 television shows, including The Twilight Zone, The Donna Reed Show, Hazel, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, One Day at a Time and three Law & Order programs, but he was probably best known for his role on The Wire.