The actor's agent Mitchell Stubbs confirmed Saturday night in an email that Stiers died after battling bladder cancer.
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.
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Mr. Stiers' resonant voice actually earned him his first on-screen credit as the announcer in George Lucas' dystopian film THX 1138.
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In all, he had more than 150 radio and television credits, with appearances on the Mary Tyler Moore Show and Perry Mason television movies. Winchester, alike many of Stiers' characters, was a most beloved one and many fans have taken to Twitter to show just how much the great actor meant to them.
Aside from his Emmy-nominated role in M*A*S*H, Stiers was known for his prodigious voicework, including the aforementioned Cogsworth as well as Governor Ratcliffe and Wiggins in Pocahontas, Jumba in Lilo and Stitc, Kamaji in Spirited Away and various superheroic characters in comic-book animations, among others. "He was an extraordinary person, a gifted actor, phenomenal musician, and my sweet, dear shy friend, who kiddingly called me Letitia". Charles Winchester III on "M.A.S.H." beginning in its sixth season, replacing Larry Linville after he left the series.
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Stiers was also musically inclined: He served as the associate conductor for the Newport Symphony Orchestra in OR and guest-conducted dozens of orchestras around the world, said Entertainment Weekly.