Dan Kinha, the longtime actor and longtime director of “The Sopranos” who died at age 87, died Monday, his agent said.
Kinha was born in Los Angeles in 1921, but moved to Los Angeles with his family when he was four.
He starred in many films and was a regular on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” in the late 1970s and 1980s.
Kinh’s death was announced by his agent, David Rosenfeld, on Facebook.
“His memory is indescribable,” Rosenfeld said.
“He will be remembered as an incredibly talented actor, and a truly great person.”
In 2004, he was nominated for a Tony for best actor in a drama series for his portrayal of John Kennedy in the “Good Wife.”
The actor won for his performance in “The Good Wife.”
Kinh also received several Emmy awards, including a Golden Globe and two Tony Awards.
He also won a Golden Globes and a Golden Bear for his role as Joe DeSantis in “Nurse Jackie.”
Kinha made his Broadway debut in 1956 as the son of the film director, John Kennedy.
In the 1960s, he played a cop on “Dirty Harry,” but was best known for playing the role of Joe DeRosa in “Good Will Hunting.”
He also was best-known for playing John Kennedy’s former lover, Mary Jo Kopechne in the HBO drama “Nixon.”
KinH also won four Golden Globe Awards and two Emmys for his roles as Jack Crawford in “Dancing With the Stars” and a woman named Kate O’Malley in “Linda’s Story.”
Kinhe was inducted into the National Film Registry in 2011.
His other credits include “The Adventures of the Wild Bunch,” “The Maltese Falcon,” “Rescue Me,” “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes,” “Tootsie” and “The Littlest Cowboy.”
He was born Daniel Kinha on Aug. 26, 1921, in Los Los Angeles.
His parents were Jewish immigrants who emigrated to New York City when he and his sister, Lila, were young.
He later became the son and grandson of actor/director John Kennedy and his wife, Mary, who immigrated to the U.S. from Italy.
Kinhe and Mary Kennedy met at the famed Paramount Theatre in Hollywood when he played the role as a young boy in a production of “Sweeney Todd.”
Kinham, who was nominated in both a Broadway and Hollywood Musical Theater award for his stage performances, also appeared in numerous movies and TV series.
He played the father in “Roots” and in the TV series “The Brady Bunch.”
Kinhat’s films included “Sisters,” “Pete’s Dragon,” “Battlestar Galactica” and the TV miniseries “G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra.”
He appeared in films such as “Ivan the Terrible,” “Jaws” and other horror films.
Kinham also had roles in the television series “Grimm,” “A Clockwork Orange” and several films as an actor.
He was nominated once for an Emmy for his work in “Night Court.”
Kinhill is survived by his wife of 46 years, Lizzie Kinh, and four children.