Actor Jan-Michael Vincent, who starred in the 1980s show “Airwolf,” died last month, CBS News has confirmed. According to his death certificate, Vincent died of cardiac arrest Feb. 10 at a hospital in North Carolina.
Vincent was 73. He played pilot Stringfellow Hawke when “Airwolf” aired for three seasons on CBS from 1984 to 1986.
The show, about the missions of a crew of a technologically advanced military helicopter, starred a different cast when it aired on the USA Network for its fourth and final season in 1987. In 1972 and 1984, Vincent was nominated for best supporting actor Golden Globes.
Vincent and his wife, Patricia Ann Vincent, lived in Asheville, North Carolina, according to his death certificate. His remains were cremated.