The Man From U.N.C.L.E star Robert Vaughn has died of leukaemia at the age of 83, his manager has confirmed.
He played suave spy Napoleon Solo in the 1960s TV series and was also well known for portraying the skittish gunman Lee in the original version of The Magnificent Seven.
He died after a brief battle with acute leukaemia, his spokesman confirmed to the Press Association.
Celebrities far and wide have paid tribute to him:
RIP Napoleon Solo! The great Robert Vaughn was the coolest guy on TV when I was a kid. Superb in Bullitt, The Magnificent Seven & many more. pic.twitter.com/h7AzfN2pt0— edgarwright (@edgarwright) November 11, 2016
Sorry to hear the news about Robert Vaughn.— Sir Roger Moore (Legacy) (@sirrogermoore) November 11, 2016
Oh no. Robert Vaughn, such a fine actor, one of the best Columbo villains (no higher praise than that) & an utterly charming man, has died.— Stephen Fry (@stephenfry) November 11, 2016
RIP Robert Vaughn. The last of The Magnificent 7.
And then there were none. pic.twitter.com/DJ4vUk3dj3— Scot Williams (@scotwilliams) November 11, 2016
The actor is survived by wife Linda, son Cassidy and daughter Caitlin.