Two-time Tony nominated actor Milo O'Shea passed away on April 2 at the age of 86, according to Variety. O'Shea's death was caused by complications arising from Alzheimer's disease.
Born on June 2, 1926 in Dublin, O'Shea made his Broadway debut in 1968 in Staircase. His performance as Harry Leeds earned him a Tony nod for Best Actor in a Play. O'Shea earned a second Tony nomination in 1982 for Best Actor in a Play for Mass Appeal. His other Broadway credits included Dear World, Mrs. Warrens' Profession, Comedians, A Touch of the Poet, My Fair Lady, Corpse!, Meet Me in St. Louis and Philadelphia, Here I Come!
In addition to his stage work, he earned a BAFTA nomination for Ulysess and appeared in films such as Barbarella, The Verdict, The Purple Rose of Cairo and Romeo and Juliet.
O'Shea is survived by his wife Kitty Sullivan, his sons Colm and Steven and three grandchildren.