“Twin Peaks” actor Al Strobel dead at 83 – read obituary

Al Strobel, the actor who played Phillip Gerard (aka “The One-Armed Man”), continued twin peaksdied. He was 83.

Strobel died on Friday December 2nd, it has been confirmed sharpen Producer and longtime collaborator of David Lynch, Sabrina Sutherland. “Through the darkness of the future past and much sadness, we say goodbye to Al Strobel,” she said in a statement on behalf of his family. “He is an irreplaceable person and will always be an important part of us twin peaks Family.”

A cause of death was not announced.

Series co-creator Mark Frost gave further credit to Strobel Twitter Writing: “Oh no…Dear Al…as those of you who have been lucky enough to have met him over the years what a warm and wonderful gentleman he was. RIP friend.”

Dana Ashbrook, who played bad boy Bobby Briggs, added: “Sad, sad news… dear Al. He was the sweetest of all men. A wonderful storyteller… and watching him roll a one-handed cigarette – pure magic.”

Strobel lost his left arm in a car accident when he was just 17 years old. He appeared in all eras from twin peaks, including the original run of the series, the movie Twin Peaks: Firewalk With Me in 1992 and its Showtime revival in 2017. On the show, his character cut off his own arm to prevent an evil being from possessing him.

sharpen premiered on ABC in 1990 and ran for two seasons with 30 episodes. His revival run added another 18 episodes. Strobel appeared in a total of 19 episodes.

Other credits for the actor include a TV movie Child of the dark, child of the light in 1991. On the film side, he appeared in Shadow play, sitting target, Megaville and Ricochet River.

https://tvline.com/2022/12/04/al-strobel-dies-twin-peaks-dead-obituary/ “Twin Peaks” actor Al Strobel dead at 83 – read obituary

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