David Schramm, Biggins on ‘Wings,’ dies at 73

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David Schramm, who played Roy Biggins on Wings, has died at the age of 73.

Schramm was a founding member of New York’s The Acting Company, which confirmed his death.

The Acting Company’s Margot Harley announced the news Sunday in a statement. The date and cause of death are not yet known.


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“We mourn his loss and will miss him,” Harley said in a statement.

Throughout Schramm’s 40-year career, his acting credits included Jake and the Fatman, The Equalizer, Miami Vice and Spenser: For Hire.

The actor starred as Secretary of Defence Robert McNamara in the 1983 TV series Kennedy and appeared in the TV movie The Dreamer of Oz: The L. Frank Baum Story in 1990.

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Many people took to Twitter to share their condolences once news of Schramm’s passing spread.

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