TMZ: ‘Airwolf’ star Jan-Michael Vincent dead at 74

Jan-Michael as Stringfellow Hawke

RexJan-Michael as Stringfellow Hawke in Airwolf

Nonetheless, today will likely be a celebration of all that he accomplished in his career, while it's otherwise been reported that no autopsy was performed and he requested to be cremated.

In 1984, Vincent was cast as pilot Stringfellow "String" Hawke for the CBS series "Airwolf", in which he co-starred with Ernest Borgnine.

Veteran actor Jan-Michael Vincent has died at the age of 74. While on the show, Vincent was one of the highest paid people on TV, reportedly getting paid $200,000 per episode. In 2002, he starred in the drama "White Boy".

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In real life, Vincent was serving in the California Army National Guard back in the 1960s, when a talent scout spotted him, based on his looks.

Vincent was also known for his off-screen troubles, including several arrests for domestic violence, drug possession, and alcohol abuse.

Before Vincent's rise to stardom, he appeared in 1978's "Hooper" alongside Burt Reynolds, followed by "Hard Country" opposite Kim Basinger in 1981.

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Vincent lived with his third wife Patricia Ann who he married in 1999.

Notably, Vincent previously endured a bad infection that caused him to have to have his right leg amputated in 2012.

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