LQ Jones

L. Q. Jones was an actor who had a career that began in the 1950s.

His death was confirmed by his family who said he died of natural causes in the Hollywood Hills.

Jones had over 160 acting credits to his name, with his first several coming in the year 1955, when he starred in military-inspired flicks like "Battle Cry" and "Target Zero." He appeared in a few episodes of the show.

"Buchanan Rides Alone," "The Naked and the Dead," and "Jefferson Drum" were some of the films and TV shows that LQJ acted in.

Jones flip-flops between war and westerns. He was in a lot of popular titles. "Lassie," "Klondike," "Laramie," "Route 66," "Wagon Train," "Rawhide," "The Virginian" and "Gunsmoke" are just a few.

"Hawaii Five-O," "Charlie's Angels," "Ironside," "Kung Fu," "CHiPs," "Columbo," "Cannon," "The Runaways," and "The Dukes of Hazzard" are some of the shows in which he had guest starring He had roles in "Walker, Texas Ranger," "The A-Team," "Renegade," "The Yellow Rose" and many more.

He was known for his work on "The Wild Bunch," "Major Dundee," "Ride the High Country" and "A Boy and His Dog."

Jones had a great scene in "Casino" Thanks to a cult classic from the late '90s, the guy has already carved out a name for himself.

Jones plays the legendary Three-Fingered Jack in "The Mask of Zorro" and he had a scene-stealing moment in which he was shot and killed mid-air.

The man was 94.

I am sad.