Kenneth Welsh, a Canadian actor finest generally known as villainous FBI agent Windom Earle within the unique Twin Peaks, has died. His demise was confirmed by ACTRA, the Canadian movie and tv union. No reason behind demise was given.

Welsh had greater than 200 display screen credit throughout his lengthy profession.

“Ken was one in every of Canada’s all-time nice performers, with a whole lot of memorable roles spanning many years,” ACTRA wrote in an announcement. “He shall be enormously missed. Our condolences to his family members.”

Welsh portrayed a number of historic figures on the display screen, together with Harry S. Truman, Thomas E. Dewey, Colin Thatcher, and Thomas Edison, amongst others.

Born in 1942 in Edmonton, Alta., Welsh studied on the Nationwide Theatre Faculty of Canada in Montreal. His early work was with the Stratford Pageant, which specialised in Shakespeare.

Welsh’s first display screen credit score was in “Shoestring Theatre,” a 1963 CBC anthology collection. He went on to a number of extra CBC tv appearances.

Within the ’70s and ’80s, Welsh labored largely in Canada, with roles in such tv movies similar to Hedda Gabler, Brethren, Reno and the Doc, Love & Larceny, The Cuckoo Chook, Homicide Sees the Gentle, Free Ends, A Stranger Waits and Love and Hate.

In 1988, he performed a supporting function in Crocodile Dundee II and starred in an episode of theTwilight Zone. 

After Twin Peaks, Welsh appeared on such tv exhibits as The X-Information, Regulation & Order The Outer Limits, Soul Meals, and extra.

Welsh is survived by his son, Devon Welsh. Particulars on memorial plans weren’t instantly obtainable.



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