Actor Robert Culp Dead at 79

Hollywood actor Robert Culp has passed away, after falling down and suffering a blow to the head while talking a walk. He was 79.

The actor, most well-known for his role opposite Bill Cosby in the 1960s series I Spy, was found by a jogger and 911 was called. Paramedics and police responded to the call and Culp was rushed to Queen of Angels Hospital, where he was pronounced dead shortly after his arrival.

A preliminary investigation found that "his death is accidental and there appears to be no sign of foul play," police Lt. Bob Binder said.

Culp was a veteran of stage and screen, starring in television shows such as The Greatest American Hero and, most recently, Everybody Loves Raymond. He appeared in such movies as The Raiders and Sunday in New York with Jane Fonda, and played a swinger in 1969's Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice.

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