Terminator Actor Earl Boen Dies Aged 81 After Lung Cancer Diagnosis
Famous American actor, best known as the criminal psychologist Dr. Peter Silberman in the Terminator franchise has passed away shortly after he was diagnosed with lung cancer.
The actor reportedly died last on Thursday in Hawaii following his cancer diagnosis in Autumn of last year.
Earl Boen was the only actor apart from Arnold Schwarzenneger to appear in all three editions of the first Terminator movies.
In addition to these films, Boen starred in Walk Like a Man, Movers & Shakers, Stewardess School, and To Be or Not to Be.
The New York-born celebrity stopped performing on the big screen in 2003, but he continued to work as a voice actor in movies, TV shows, and video games until 2017 when he said goodbyes to movies in general.
He provided the voices for a number of characters, including Seor Senior, Senior in Kim Possible, Captain LeChuck in the Monkey Island series, Police Chief Kanifky in Bonkers, Mr. Bleakman in Clifford the Big Red Dog, and Mr. Bleakman in Bonkers.