Robert Forster, star of 'Jackie Brown', 'Twin Peaks: The Return', 'Breaking Bad' and countless more, has passed away at the age of 78.
Forster's career began in the late '60s, starring in John Huston's 'Reflections in a Golden Eye', before moving on to Haskell Wesker's 'Medium Cool' in 1969. Throughout the '70s and '80s, Forster's career varied from indie movies to straight-to-videos, but it wasn't until 1997's 'Jackie Brown' that his career - at the age of 56 - began to turn.
By his own admission, the role of Max Cherry turned his career around and saw him gain an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor that year. From there, Forster starred in David Lynch's 'Mulholland Drive', cult crime hit 'Lucky Number Slevin', Alexander Payne's 'The Descendants', and TV shows like 'Heroes', 'Desperate Housewives', and of course, 'Breaking Bad'.
His role as Ed, "the disappearer", in the episode 'Granite State', saw him win the Saturn Award for Best Guest Starring Role on Television. Forster's final role, funnily enough, was in 'El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie', where he reprised his role as Ed.
Here's one of hist most recognisable scenes from 'Jackie Brown', where his character meets Jackie for the first time.