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"Higgins", sometimes known as John Hillerman. Rest in peace.

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OldManMontgomery

Thalia, that TV program with Tim Hutton, David Wayne as the TV dad, and Mr Hillerman as the arrogant and egotistical Simon Brimmer was "Ellery Queen". It was based on the stories of the same character.

I enjoyed the program and Mr. Hillerman's role.

PuzzleG

I was amazed to learn several years ago that he was from Texas, he seemed to speak & act so "British". Pat, that is neat that he even fooled an English Lord! Sad that he is gone now. Thank you for sharing, OMM! :) Gina in Oregon, USA

He was so suave, the smoothest. Thanks for sharing.

unicorn3

I'm sorry to hear about his passing. He was a lovely man.......RIP Mr. Hillerman............Wendy

mbjigsaw

Thank you for such a wonderful picture of one of the best actors.

ThaliaM

I really liked him and he was wonderful in "Sherlock Holmes" Hutton and his tv dad. He will be missed.

I really liked him .

RandyWI

Oh no, He was wonderful!

patsquire

1932-2017, age 84, a delightful presence in any film or TV show.

He was hilarious as the droll, funereal hotel manager in What's Up Doc?

Mr. Kaltenborn: Dr. Bannister, I have a message for you from the staff of the hotel.
Howard: What is it?
Mr. Kaltenborn: Goodbye.
Howard: That's the entire message?
Mr. Kaltenborn: We would appreciate it if you would check out.
Howard: When?
Mr. Kaltenborn: Yesterday.

He was a native Texan. He developed his British accent for Magnum, P.I. by watching and listening to the performances of Laurence Olivier. His accent was so convincing that he once received a fan letter from a British Lord that read, "You are a credit to the Empire."