David Hedison, a film, television, and theater actor known for his role as Captain Lee Crane in the sci-fi adventure television series “Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea” and as the crazed scientist turned human insect in the first iteration of the film “The Fly,” died on July 18.
He was 92, and the family said in a statement that he “died peacefully” with his daughters at his side.
He was adored by so many, all of whom benefited from his warm and generous heart.
Our dad brought joy and humor wherever he went and did so with great style,” said the family in a statement.
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In the 1980s and 1990s, he worked on shows such as “Another World,” “T. Hooker,” “Dynasty,” “The Love Boat,” “Who’s the Boss” and “The Colbys.” According to family members, Hedison joked during his final days that “instead of RIP he preferred SRO ‘Standing Room Only.'” They said that he was “tall and strikingly handsome,” and “a true actor through and through.” Hedison’s wife, Bridget, a production associate on “Dynasty” and an assistant to producer on “The Colbys,” died in 2016.
In 2013, Hedison was part of "First Anniversary- Exhibition of Paintings and Sculpture and Photographs" at Diane Rosenstein Fine Art, Los Angeles, CA in a group exhibition with John Adelman, Carmen Argote, Sarah Awad, Marco Breuer, Thomas Downing, Charles Fine, Eben Goff, Cleve Gray, Arnold Helbling, John M. The show in Cascais, Portugal was named in Time Out Magazine as one of the top ten exhibitions in Lisbon during 2016.
actress, Alexandra Hedison came in the media limelight on a number of occasions for her relationship. Even at the moment, she is in a blissful relationship..
She has engaged in a couple of relationship with high-profile celebrities during the past.
Alexandra Hedison is open about her sexuality and has come out as a Lesbian.