Summary: Dutch-born stage and TV actor considered as the greatest American audiobook narrator of the 20th century who spent many years on the New York stage in the title role of King Henry V for the Riverside Shakespeare Company and soon became the Audie Award-winning narrator of choice for such authors as Stephen King, John Grisham, Elmore Leonard, John le Carre, and many others, who had suffered severe head trauma and multiple fractures from a 2001 motorcycle accident in Los Angeles that ended his acting career.
Cause of Death: Injuries suffered in a motorcycle accident
Born: May 5, 1951
Died: June 4, 2008
Location: Durham, North Carolina