Actor John Gavin died. He died Friday at the age of 86 in his home in Beverly Hills surrounded by his family, reports TMZ.
Gavin died from the effects of pneumonia. He had also been a long-time leukemia. Gavin experienced in the fifties and sixties, the highlight of his acting career. He played more in the horror Psycho and was seen as Julius Caesar in Spartacus. For his role in A Time To Love And A Time To die won Gavin a Golden Globe.
After his career was Gavin some years president of the Screen Actors Guild. In the eighties he was under president Ronald Reagan, the U.s. ambassador in Mexico.