Clarence Gilyard Jr., ‘Walker, Texas Ranger’ and ‘Die Hard’ Star, Dies at 66
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Clarence Gilyard Jr., an actor best known for starring in Walker, Texas Ranger and supporting role in Die Hard, has died. He was 66 years old. Further details about his death are not available at this time.
Gilyard's death was confirmed by a statement from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Gilyard had worked as a film and drama professor at the UNLV College of Fine Arts.
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"Professor Gilyard was a beacon of light and strength to everyone around him," said Heather Addison, UNLV film director. "Whenever we asked him how he was, he cheerfully declared that he was 'blessed'! But we are truly the ones who have been blessed to be his colleagues and disciples for so many years. We love you and will miss you very much, Professor G!”
An accomplished film, television and theater actor, Gilyard made a lasting impression during the 1980s after a string of guest-star TV appearances, making his film debut as Sundown in Top Gun and playing terrorist computer genius Theo in Die Hard. a cheerful threat. In 1989, he had a regular appearance on primetime television with "Matlock," in which he portrayed Conrad McMasters, a P.I. for Andy Griffith's Lead Criminal Attorney.
Gilyard appeared in 85 episodes of Matlock before leaving the series in 1993 to take on an even bigger role: Jimmy Trivette, the right-hand man of Chuck Norris' tough sergeant on the CBS western crime series Walker, Texas Ranger “. He appeared in all 196 episodes of the show's eighth season. After the 2001 finale, Gilyard continued to act in various films and television shows.
Born on December 24, 1955 in Moses Lake, Washington, Gilyard grew up a military brat, roaming through air force bases across the United States in his youth before his family settled in California. After spending a year as a cadet at the Air Force Academy, Gilyard attended Sterling College and later California State University, Long Beach and California State University, Dominguez Hills, where he earned a bachelor's degree in acting.
Gilyard returned to academia later in life, joining the theater department at the University of Nevada in Las Vegas in 2006 as an associate professor. Gilyard also worked as a producer and director and directed an episode of Walker, Texas Ranger.
Gilyard was previously married to Catherine Dutko. In 2001 he married Elena Gilyard.
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