Los Angeles Times

Actor Barnard Hughes, July 11

Actor Barnard Hughes, July 11 Barnard Hughes, who won a Tony for his portrayal of the curmudgeonly title character in Hugh Leonard's "Da," died on July 11 after a brief illness. He was 90. Among his many movies: "Midnight Cowboy," "The Hospital," "Cold Turkey," "Where's Poppa?", "Oh, God!,""Maxie," "The Lost Boys," "Doc Hollywood," "Sister Act 2" and "Cradle Will Rock." Hughes also worked extensively in television, appearing on such shows as "Playhouse 90,""Kraft Theatre," "Doc" and "Blossom." He won an Emmy in 1977 for a guest-starring stint on "Lou Grant." AP Photo/Wally Fong
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