Loss of great talent! The Airwolf Star And 1980s TV Heartthrob Jan-Michael Vincent Died
- Jan-Michael Vincent died at the age of 73 on Sunday 10 February 2019 due to cardiac arrest at a North Carolina hospital.
- The star was cremated without post mortem.
- In 2012, he almost died due to an infection which had him to cut his legs.
Jan-Michael Vincent, widely known for his prominent role in CBS 1980s series Airwolf died on Sunday 10 February 2019 but was not revealed until now. CAPTION: Jan-Michael Vincent death certificate SOURCE: TMZ RCE: TMZ
The actor died at the age of 73 after suffering from a cardiac arrest at a North Carolina hospital. According to the verified source TMZ, the star was cremated without an autopsy.
As a matter of fact, from an infection, Jan-Micheal nearly died in 2012. The infection required his right leg to be amputated.
Furthermore, in 1997 he was found guilty in a drink and driving accident that left him with the broken neck and was sentenced to rehab. Moreover, he was also charged over 1980s pub brawls and in 1986 of hitting a woman.
On the other hand, he was sentenced to jail in Orange County, California in the year 2000. He has been sentenced 60 days imprisonment for violating his probation by appearing drunk in public and assaulting his then-girlfriend.
Jan-Michael Vincent was an American actor born in on 15 July 1945 in Denver, Colorado, the United States. He is best known for the role of helicopter pilot on the TV series Airwolf.
The late actor received Western Heritage awards for the Theatrical Motion Picture Bite the Bullet in 1976. In addition, he won the Bravo Otto Germany award for the best actor awards in 1973.
With two wins, he was also nominated for over 5 nominations in Golden Globes, USA.