The former “Walking and a Prayer” star has died at the age of 92, his publicist confirms to E!
The news comes as Dallas, who won a Tony Award for his portrayal of Rick Grimes, was in a coma at the time of his death.
Dallas died at a hospice care facility in San Francisco, where he was receiving treatment for multiple sclerosis, his agent, Brian Grazer, told E!
in a statement.
In addition to his starring roles in “Wag the Dog” and “The Good Wife,” Dallas also made a name for himself as a member of the band The Bad Seeds.
Dallas’s career spanned four decades.
He appeared in over 100 films, appeared in scores of TV shows, and made his film debut in “I’m Dying Up Here.”
Dallas also had an extensive musical career.
He played saxophone in the musical “Mama’s Little Black Book” and also sang in the “Lucky Louie” and the Broadway musical “Lois and Clark.”