Philip Baker Hall, an actor who appeared in over 100 television appearances, including Seinfeld, Curb Your Enthusiasm, and Modern Family, and countless films such as Magnolia and Boogie Nights throughout his 50-year career, passed away at the age of 90.
He died on June 12, surrounded by his loved ones and alongside his wife Holly Wolfle Hall, in Glendale, California.
A big break came for the Ohio native after starring in the 1970 film Cowards and a memorable guest appearance on Good Times six years later.
Hall has since amassed an impressive resume, with roles in Ghostbusters II, The Truman Show, Rush Hour, In Good Company, and Without a Trace, among many others.
Zelman Katz, in the 2020 Netflix series Messiah, was his final role on television before he passed away.
Besides his wife, Hall is survived by two daughters, Adella and Anna Ruth Baker.