Stuart Margolin dead: Rockford files actor’s cause of death – obituary

Stuart Margolin, best known for his Emmy Award-winning portrayal of Evelyn “Angel” Martin The Rockford files, died. He was 82.

The actor’s death was announced today on social media by his stepson, actor Max Martini, who paid tribute to Margolin with an emotional Instagram post.

“The two most profound moments of my life…giving birth to my children and being in bed when my stepdad died this morning,” Martini wrote. “My mother, my brother and I held his hands. All the time between birth and death, life, is up to us to fill it with equally profound moments. Anyway, I realized how much time I wasted on things that would never come to fruition. Just a profound insight that I thought I would share. I love you Stuart Margolin. A great actor/writer/producer/director. But more importantly, a deeply gifted stepfather who was always there with love and support for his family. RIP Pappy. Keep them cold.”

Margolin won two Primetime Emmys for Outstanding Supporting Actor (1979 and 1980) for his role Rockford‘s Angel, a role he later reprized in a number of television films. His long TV resume includes roles on countless legendary TV shows including The fugitive, The monkeys, Enchanted, This girl, The partridge family, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, gun smoke, MASH, Rhoda, MagnumPI, NCIS and X-Files.

It is said that Margolin died of natural causes The Hollywood Reporter.

How will you remember Margolin? Leave a comment below with your memories of his work.

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