I Spy Actor Robert Culp Dies: 60s TV Icon Broke Screen Barriers
Robert Culp who was best known for his part in I Spy as a secret agent with Bill Cosby in the 60s has died at the age of 79.
He struck his head after a fall while walking the grounds at his LA home. He was pronounced dead at Queen of Angels Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center.
A hospital spokeswoman said, "It's still a preliminary investigation and we're still waiting on the official cause of death." She said there was no indication of foul play.
A regular on both the big and small screen will also be remembered for the gender-barrier-breaking show Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice. On November 9th 2007 on the O'Riley Factor Culp was TV Icon of the Week.
Culp frequently was a guest star on on TV shows like Murder She Wrote, Gunsmoke, Bonanza, The Man from U.N.C.L.E., Get Smart, Alfred Hitchcock Present, and on talk shows like Alan Thicke Show, Merv Griffin, Tonight Show. More recently he has been seen on Everybody Loves Raymond and in The Pelican Brief.
Culp attended the University of Washington School of Drama. Culp was married five times and has 3 sons and 2 daughters.