Michael Constantine, ‘My Astronomical Fleshy Greek Wedding’ extensive title, useless at 94

Sept. 9 (UPI) — Michael Constantine, an actor easiest identified for his honest in My Astronomical Fleshy Greek Wedding, has died on the age of 94.

Constantine died in Reading, Pa., in August after coping with a prolonged illness, his family confirmed to Reading Eagle.

Constantine famously portrayed overprotective father Gus Portokalos in 2002’s My Astronomical Fleshy Greek Wedding and its 2016 sequel My Astronomical Fleshy Greek Wedding 2. Constantine’s persona changed into once a proud Greek man who cherished to consume Windex to heal any harm.

He furthermore starred in television sequence My Astronomical Fleshy Greek Life in 2003. The prevailing only lasted one season on CBS.

The actor received an Emmy in 1970 for his honest in ABC sequence Room 222 where he portrayed critical Seymour Kaufman.

He furthermore made appearances on The Care for Boat, Remington Steele, MacGyver, Airwolf, Simon & Simon, Waste, She Wrote and extra.

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Michael Okay. Williams arrives for the Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on September 22, 2019. The five-time Emmy nominee, identified for his roles in “The Wire” and “Lovecraft Nation,” died on September 6 on the age of 54. Portray by Christine Chunk/UPI | License Portray

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