TV VET­ERAN PASSES AWAY

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JOSEPH Cam­panella, a char­ac­ter ac­tor who ap­peared in more than 200 TV and film roles over his 50year ca­reer, has died at 93.

Cam­panella ap­peared across five sea­sons of late ’60s and early ’70s crime drama Man­nix, for which he earned a sup­port­ing ac­tor Emmy nom­i­na­tion in 1968, and six sea­sons of ’70s sit­com One Day at a Time. He had sev­eral other costar­ring roles on the small screen, in­clud­ing The Doc­tors and the Nurses, Mar­cus Welby, M.D. and prime-time soap The Col­bys.

In more re­cent years, he had a re­cur­ring role on day­time soap The Bold and

the Beau­ti­ful from 1996 to 2005 and worked on The

Prac­tice and That’s Life. Cam­panella was also a voice ac­tor, voic­ing char­ac­ters in ’90s an­i­mated shows in­clud­ing Spi­der-Man and Road Rovers. Joseph Cam­panella

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