“Twin Peaks” actor Walter Olkiewicz dies at death
The American actor Walter Olkiewicz, known for his role as the bartender from Road House on the Twin Peaks series, has passed away, according to the Hollywood Reporter, citing the artist's son.
As specified, Olkevich was 72 years old, he died at his home in Los Angeles.
According to the publication, in recent years, the actor has experienced health problems, including several unsuccessful knee surgeries.
Olkiewicz played the role of Jacques Renaud in Twin Peaks and its prequel Twin Peaks: Fire Come With Me. In the third season of the series, Olkevich played the role of Reno's brother, Jean-Michel.
Earlier it was reported that the British theater and film actor Paul Ritter, who played the role of engineer Anatoly Dyatlov in the TV series Chernobyl (2019), died at the age of 55. He had a brain tumor.