So sad — such an icon.
Robert Loggia, a veteran of dozens of television shows and movies over the last several decades, died in on Friday Los Angeles at the age of 85.
The character actor known for his roles in Independence Day, Big, and Scarface had been struggling with Alzheimer's disease for several years.
His wife Audrey confirmed the news to the public, reporting that Robert started showing severe signs of weakness on Wednesday, but rebounded enough by Friday to die peacefully at home, surrounded by family and friends.
The couple, who had been married for 33 years, had four children together including a daughter, Cynthia, who was able to be with her father when he passed.
Among other iconic roles, Loggia was nominated for an Oscar in 1986 for