“Twin Peaks” Star Harry Dean Stanton died at 91

The veteran actor, Harry Dean Stanton, died Friday afternoon from natural causes. Stanton passed away at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles on September 15, according to his agent.

Stanton’s career spanned over 60 years. With over 190 credits to his name, he is known for his roles in Big Love and Pretty in Pink among others. Most recently he reprised his role as trailer park gardian Carl Rodd in Twin Peaks: The Return. He’s also the title character in a new film, Lucky, coming out in just 2 weeks.

An attempt to corral his whole legacy would be impossible. These are just some of his film credits: The Godfather Part II, The Green Mile, Alien, Red Dawn, Alpha Dog, Paris, Texas, Escape From New York and The Open Road. Stanton also appeared in a several TV series, including Two and a Half Men, The Andy Griffith Show and Dead Man’s Walk.

At the end of this month, 2 documentaries made about the actor will be released: 2011’s Harry Dean Stanton: Crossing Mulholland, and 2013’s Harry Dean Stanton: Partly Fiction.

Stanton never married, however in a 2006 profile piece he did say that he might have “one, maybe two” sons. In an official statement, he was said to be “survived by family and friends who loved him.”