Actor Robert Morse has died, goodbye to ‘Mad Men’ star

American actor Robert Morse died, he was 90 years old. Morse, the popular face of the small screen, had played the character of Bertram Cooper, the eccentric head of the Sterling Cooper advertising agency in the television series “Mad Men” (2007-2015). “My good friend Bobby Morse died at the age of 90 – wrote on Twitter the writer, producer and vice president of the board of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Larry Karaszewski – He was a huge talent and a beautiful spirit. . We send love to his son Charlie and daughter Allyn. I have had so much fun with Bobby over the years. ” Tony Award-winning theater, film and TV actor Robert Morse made his big screen debut in 1956 with the film “Even Heroes Cry”. He was the protagonist of numerous films and TV series, but his success came thanks to the various performances on the Broadway stage, including “The Matchmaker”, the film version of which in 1958 was filmed entitled “Beautiful, affectionate, unblemished sought … “Another success of his Browadway was the show” How to succeed in business without really trying “and also from this show the film” How to make a career without working “of 1967 was made. among the films in which Morse took part “The Cardinal” (1965) by Otto Preminger, “Hotel delle virgins” (1964) by Henry Levin, “Girls under zero” (1964) by Delbert Mann, “The dearly departed” (1965 ) by Tony Richardson, “A Guide to the Married Man” (1967) by Gene Kelly and “What Did You Do When We Were in the Dark?” (1968). From the end of the 60s Morse devoted himself mainly to the small screen, alternating appearances in series and TV-movies, such as “That’s life”, “Jack Frost”, “Hazzard”, “The lady in yellow”, “At the edge of reality”, “The Adventures of Superman”, “City of Angels”. After the great success in the television series “Mad Men”, among the latest works in which he took part are the series “American Crime Story” (2016) and “Teen Titans Go!” (2015-2017).