Emmy Award-winning actor David Ogden Stiers has died at his OR home, following a battle with bladder cancer.
The actor's agent Mitchell Stubbs confirmed Saturday night in an email that Stiers died after battling bladder cancer.
Stiers received two Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series Emmy nominations for his work on M*A*S*H. The CBS sitcom, which was set during the Korean War, is one of the most watched TV shows of all time.
Charles Emerson Winchester III, Steirs was also a highly-regarded voice actor and starred in Disney's Beauty and the Beast as Cogsowrth, Lilo & Stich as Jumba, and voiced Governor Ratcliffe AND Wiggins in Pocahontas.
With his roles as Cogsworth and the Narrator in the 1991 Disney animated classic Beauty and the Beast, Stiers became famous as a voice actor, too.
Stiers is best known for playing U.S. Army Maj.
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David Allen Ogden Stiers was born not in New England but in Peoria, Ill., Variety said, though the family moved to Eugene, Ore., while he was in high school.
Mr. Stiers' resonant voice actually earned him his first on-screen credit as the announcer in George Lucas' dystopian film THX 1138.
He died at home in Newport, Oregon.
Stiers was also known for the eight Perry Mason TV movies he made between 1986-88 in which his prosecuting attorney invariably lost to Raymond Burr's Mason, and more recently he had recurred on the USA Network series "The Dead Zone" from 2002-07 as the Rev. Eugene Purdy, the chief antagonist to star Anthony Michael Hall's Johnny Smith.
In an interview in 2009, he revealed he was gay and "very proud to be so".