Los Angeles: Actor Stuart Nisbet, best known for his role in the 1995 film 'Casino' has died aged 82. The actor died on June 23 in Glendale, California, according The Hollywood Reporter.
The character actor was best known for his role in the Martin Scorsese's directed crime drama 'Casino' and had also appeared in the 1967 film 'In The Heat of the Night' and 'The Fabulous Baker Boys' (1989).
Nisbet has more than 170 accomplishments and he was the familiar face on TV series like 'The Virginian', 'The Client' and 'Baywatch'. One of the first professional acting assignment for Nisbet came when he played Mr. Wade on the 1960s CBS sitcom 'Dennis the Menace'.
He was the former President of the Nesbitt/Nisbet Society of North America and a prolific film and television character actor of Scottish ancestry. His career spanned almost six decades. Nisbet is survived by his wife, three children, and grandchildren.
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