Stuart Margolin Wiki, Bio, Age, Family, Career, Actor, Cause of Death, Net Worth

Stuart Margolin Wiki – Stuart Margolin Bio

Stuart Margolin an American film, stage, and television actor and director, has died. He won two Emmy Awards for playing Evelyn “Angel” Martin on the 1970s television series The Rockford Files. In 1973, he starred in Gunsmoke as an outlaw. The following year he played a major role, giving Charles Bronson his first weapon in Death Wish. In 1981, Margolin played the character Philo Sandeen in a recurring role as a Native American tracker on the 1981-1982 television series, Bret Maverick.

Margolin was born on January 31, 1940, in Davenport, Iowa. His family moved to Dallas, Texas, when he was still young. Margolin has stated that he had a “thug” childhood, he was kicked out of Texas public schools and his parents sent him to a boarding school in Tennessee. While he was attending that school, his family moved to Scottsdale, Arizona. When Margolin got out of juvie and moved in with his family, he decided to go back, alone, to see his friends in Dallas. His parents arranged for him to attend a private school there.


Stuart Margolin died at the age of 82 years old.

Family & Siblings

Margolin is survived by a brother, Arnold, stepsons Max and Christopher Martini, his third wife Pat, and his daughter Michelle Martini.


One of the busiest character actors of her day, Margolin appeared in episodes of “Love, American Style,” “The Partridge Family,” and “The Mary Tyler Moore Show.”

One of his memorable movie roles was in the 1974 action movie “Death Wish.” Starring opposite Charles Bronson, Margolin plays a developer who gives Bronson’s character a tour of a shooting range, then gives him a gun.

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The actor landed the role of his career as Evelyn “Angel” Martin in “The Rockford Files.” Angel would help private investigator Jim Rockford, played by James Garner, get information for cases and would sometimes get Rockford into trouble. Margolin won Emmy Awards in 1979 and 1980 for his work on the popular NBC show.

Cause of Death

Stuart Margolin, best known for his Emmy-winning role on “The Rockford Files,” died Monday at age 82 of natural causes, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

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