Robert Vaughn, an actor best-known for his starring turn in “The Man from U.N.C.L.E” has unfortunately passed away on November 11. The man was 83-years-old, and spent almost six decades doing what he loved most: act.
Vaughn was born November 22, 1932, in New Your City. It seems like it was written in the starts for him to become a famous actor, considering baby Vaughn was born into a family of professional actors.
It wasn’t long until Robert Vaughn decided to follow into his family’s footsteps and become a professional actor.
His career stretches over a period of time of over 60 years, during which time he has played a variety of roles. In fact, one of the things Vaughn is best known for as an actor is his versatility.
His work portfolio includes many remarkable performances on stage, screen, and, most prominently, television.
In his last years of his life, Vaughn has kept a somehow low-profile, focusing more on spending time with his loved one, after being diagnosed with leukemia. But he didn’t leave the acting world altogether. The last role he played was in the he recently released film, Gold Star.