He had a good long life....Rest in Peace.
Actor James Garner, whose genial charm and sly humor made him a Hollywood fixture for more than 50 years, has died at 86.
The Los Angeles Times and the Associated Press reported his death, citing Los Angeles Police.
Tall and handsome, Garner had the leading-man looks that led to roles in big-screen dramas ranging from 1958's Darby's Rangers to 1963's The Great Escape. But his flair for light comedy earned him several starring film roles, and extended to the small screen as well, with series hits Maverick and The Rockford Files.
"I'm a Spencer Tracy-type actor," Garner once said. "His idea was to be on time, know your words, hit your marks and tell the truth. Most every actor tries to make it something it isn't [or] looks for the easy way out. I don't think acting is that difficult if you can put yourself aside and do what the writer wrote."