‘HOGAN’S HEROES’ ACTOR HAS DIED AT 96

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(Hollywood Reporter) – Longtime French actor, singer and
Holocaust survivor Robert Clary, known for his lead role in
"Hogan’s Heroes," has died.  

His granddaughter Kim Wright said Clary died Wednesday
morning in his Los Angeles home. 

Clary — named Robert Max Widerman at birth — was born
March 1, 1926, in France and forced into internment in a Nazi concentration camp as a child. At age 27, he moved to the
United States to pursue his career.

Clary is most notable for his role as Corporal Louis LeBeau
on the World War II-centered sitcom "Hogan’s Heroes." Before
his death, Clary was the last living cast member from the series’
original principal cast.
 

Clary published a memoir, From the Holocaust to Hogan’s
Heroes: The Autobiography of Robert Clary
, in 2001.

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