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Robin Sachs Dies: “Buffy” Actor Was 61

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Robin Sachs, who played the mortal enemy of Watcher Rupert Giles on “Buffy The Vampire Slayer”, has died of undisclosed causes. He was 61 years old.

Sachs enjoyed a long career in the entertainment industry, which began in 1972 and included roles in “The Lost World: Jurassic Park” and on the television shows “Star Trek: Voyager” and “Babylon 5″. He also did voice work for several popular video games, such as Mass Effect 2 and 3 and the Resident Evil series. Sachs enjoyed the sci-fi genre and his passion for it can be seen in many of the roles he chose.

Few details are available at this time regarding his death, but sources say he did pass away last Friday. A note was posted on his website and is being used as the official statement.

“This is a post we never thought we would have to write…

It is with great sadness that we have to announce the sudden and unexpected passing of Robin Sachs.

Please join us in raising a glass to Robin – goodbye, dear friend. Thank you for all the laughter and the cookies. We will miss you so very much.

Di, Sharon and everyone at robinsachs.com”

Robin Sachs Dies: “Buffy” Actor Was 61
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  • http://WebproNews Kathy

    Robin Sach did not play Giles in Buffy the Vampire Slayer! Giles was played by Anthony Stewart Head. Please get your info right!

    • Steve

      It actually said he played the mortal enemy of Giles. They got their info right.

    • cakeladyd

      Learn to read Kathy, “his mortal enemy” duh

      • Susan Harrison

        Cakeladyd: Have you never made a mistake? What is it with people treating others so rudely???

    • Mike

      Fail on Kathy.

  • pablo cervantes

    Cathy can’t read…Cathy can’t read…nanner nanner!!

  • TD

    Kathy-u stupid bitch

    • Susan Harrison

      TD: Kathy made a mistake which can be corrected. I wonder if your incredible ugliness of attitude can.

  • http://WebproNews Leslie

    No mistake was made on Kathy’s part. Almost all of you fail to consider the fact that they took her information and altered the article because they did, in fact, initially have their info incorrect. Before you call someone out and say rude things, consider all of the likely possibilities.

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