Rod Taylor Dead at 84

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Actor Rod Taylor, who is remembered in particular for theatricals “The Time Machine” in 1960 and Alfred Hitchcock’s “The Birds” in 1963, died on Thursday in Los Angeles. He was 84.

Born on Jan. 11, 1930 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, Taylor came to Hollywood in the 1950s and began making guest appearances in TV series like “Studio 57,” “Lux Video Theatre” and “Cheyenne” in 1955. His big break came with aforementioned theatrical “The Time Machine,” which was followed by TV action/adventure “Hong Kong” in the 1960-61 season. Other theatrical appearances for Taylor over the years included “Young Cassidy,” “The VIPS,” “A Gathering of Eagles,” “Fate Is the Hunter,” “Do Not Disturb” and “The Glass Bottom Boat” (the latter two both with Doris Day). And he headlined short-lived TV westerns “Bearcats!” in 1971 and “The Oregon Trail” in the 1976-77 season. Two other failed series – “Masquerade” in 1983-84 and “Outlaws” in 1986-87 – followed, and he appeared as a regular on serialized drama “Falcon Crest” from 1988-90 and had a recurring role on “Murder, She Wrote.”

Taylor’s last role was as Winston Churchill in Quentin Tarantino’s “Inglourious Basterds” in 2009.

He is survived by his wife, Carol Kikumura, and his daughter with Mary Hilem, former CNBC anchor.