‘Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman’ Actor Was 72 – The Hollywood Reporter

Larry Sellers, best known for his role in Dr.. Quinn, the medicine woman, Wednesday. He was 72 years old.

The cause of death was not immediately known.

Sellers, the actor and acrobatic actor of the Osage, Cherokee and Lakota origins, has appeared in film and television roles in Life continuesAnd lightning jackAnd Wayne’s World IIAnd Beverly Hills 90210And galloping horse And soprano.

His best role was playing Cloud Dancing on the hit CBS Western Dr.. Quinn, the medicine woman, a role he played from 1993 to 1998 that earned him an Emmy Award nomination.

“Larry Sellers was truly the heart and soul of Dr. Quinn. His presence was magical, mystical, and spiritual,” his representative Jane Seymour, who starred in the titular role, wrote on Instagram. “I feel so lucky to have had all those wonderful years together. He will be missed by all of us. My heart goes out to Larry’s family and friends, may his memory be a blessing to all of us.”

Sellers survived by his wife, actress Susie Duff.

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