Actor Bill Copps has died just days after turning 90

American actor Bill Copps, especially as we can see in the film A Night at the Museum and in the television series The SopranosHe died at the age of 90.

The latter passed away on Tuesday at his home in California, his brother Thomas said on Facebook a few days after his birthday.

“A loving wife, big brother, uncle, foster father, godfather and friend, Bill recently celebrated his 90th birthday surrounded by his loved ones,” she wrote.

Born in Cleveland, Ohio in 1934, Bill Copps served in the Army before moving to New York to pursue his dream of becoming an actor, and later worked as a car salesman.

After some dramatic roles, Mr. Copps made her big screen debut in her 40s, appearing in movies. Les Pirates du Metro (The Taking of Pelham One Two Three).

Over 5 decades, he played many roles in many popular films and serials Color of money, bodyguard, Toby is the star player, Six feet underground And The Scott Brothers.

He starred in the 2006 film A Night at the Museum and its sequel, which hit theaters in 2014. He played Reginald, a former museum guard.

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