Charlies Angels And Hawaii-Five-0s Star, L.Q. Jones Dead At 94

Veteran film and television actor, Justice Ellis McQueen, popularly Known as L.Q. Jones, has died at 94.

The sad news of his demise was confirmed by his grandson, Erté deGarces, in a statement to PEOPLE.

According to him, his grandfather died Saturday of natural causes while he was surrounded by family at his home in Hollywood Hills, California.

Jones is survived by his three children: Randy (Son), Steve(son), and Mindy (daughter).

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Justice Ellis McQueen was born on Aug. 19, 1927, in Beaumont, Texas.

 The actor took L.Q. Jones as his stage name after his first film role — the 1955 Raoul Walsh film Battle Cry.

The deceased appeared in many films including Charlie’s Angels,Hawaii-Five-0, Casino, The Edge, The Patriot and The Mask of Zorro. His last film role was in 2006’s A Prairie Home Companion.

Apart from being an actor, L.Q. Jones worked as an independent filmmaker. He helped produced four films throughout his long-running career, including 1975’s science-fiction comedy, A Boy and His Dog, which he directed, produced and wrote the script for.

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