Actor Michael J.-Fox, who played the ghost cook at his favorite restaurant in the 1980s and 90s, has died.
He was 74.
Fox was born in Boston in 1930, but moved to Los Angeles at age 18 to attend Harvard University.
Fox’s career spanned five decades, playing dozens of characters, including a waiter at a popular restaurant in Beverly Hills and a detective who helped save a woman from a rapist.
Fox also appeared in movies like the 1984 “Barry Lyndon” and the 1990s TV series “The X-Files.”
He starred in more than 100 movies, television shows and animated films, including the 1986 cult hit “The Simpsons.”
Fox was a member of the U.S. Army and the U,S.
He married actress Patricia Arquette in 1997.
“I will miss Michael, but this is the last time,” Arquettes daughter, Jennifer Arquetta, said in a statement.
“He has left us the love and warmth he brought to the world and I will miss him greatly.”
Fox’s other films include the 1990 cult classic “Buster” and a 1984 drama “The Fugitive.”
“I know my father loved every one of us,” Arquista said.
“We will miss his laughter, his jokes, and his affection.
His love of the country will remain with us forever.”