Earl Boen Obituary, Actor In The Terminator Has Died At Age 81 - Death

Earl Boen Obituary, Actor In The Terminator Has Died At Age 81 – Death

Earl Boen Death, Obituary –  Earl Boen, who was known for his roles as both a voice actor and a character actor, passed away on Thursday in the state of Hawaii. The role of Dr. Peter Silberman in the movie based on “The Terminator” brought him the most fame and success in his career. He was 81. In the fall of 2022, the actor was reportedly given a diagnosis of stage four lung cancer, which was corroborated by a close friend of Boen’s and the family of the actor. Boen starred in “The Terminator,” “Terminator 2: Judgement Day,” and “Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines” as Dr. Silberman, a criminal psychologist who was brought in to question Michael Biehn’s character,

Kyle Reese, in the first film. In “Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines,” Boen reprised his role as Silberman. In each of the three movies, Boen portrayed the character of Dr. Silberman. In addition, he was seen in historical video that was used in the production of the 2019 movie “Terminator: Dark Fate.” Boen was born on August 8, 1941, and over his career he has contributed his talents to a wide range of projects. Some of these projects include movies, television series, and video games. In addition to the “Terminator” series, some of his other film credits include “9 to 5,” “Living in Peril,” “The Prince,” “Sioux City,”

“Marked for Death,” “My Stepmother Is an Alien,” “Alien Nation,” “Touch and Go,” “The Main Event,” “Battle Beyond the Stars,” “To Be or Not to Be,” “Movers & Shakers,” “Stewardess School,” and “Walk Like

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