Micheal Parks, an actor with well over 100 film and television credits dies at 77.
His Agent came out to announce that the Talented Actor died on Tuesday.
The cause of death was not immediately available for Parks, who broke into the industry in the early 1960s with a number of TV roles — including “Zane Grey Theater” and “The Untouchables” — this was way before he entered the movie realm.
Among his most notable roles was his portrayal of a Texas Ranger named Earl McGraw — a character he played in multiple movies helmed by Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez, including “From Dusk till Dawn” and both “Kill Bill” flicks.
He also played a minor role in “Django Unchained,” in which he played an employee for The LeQuint Dickey Mining Co.
Other notable credits for Parks include the early ’90s TV series “Twin Peaks,” as well as a pair of appearances on “Walker, Texas Ranger.”
Parks is survived by his wife Oriana and his son James.