Hollywood and academia bid farewell to Clarence Gilyard Jr.
Clarence Gilyard Jr., the co-star of Chuck Norris in “Walker, Texas Ranger,” passed away at age 66. The TV and film star was an acting professor in his final years, based on his many years of experience in Hollywood.
Clarence Gilyard: cause of death
It was announced that his passing was released through the university’s College of Fine Arts in Las Vegas through a press announcement. It was later discovered that the actor suffered from a chronic illness that ultimately caused him to lose his life.
Professionally successful career in the fields of film and television.
Gilyard was a well-known actor in the 1990s and 1980s for movies like Top Gun and Die Hard’ as well being a part of TV series like “Matlock” (photo through NBC) and “Walker,” Texas Ranger.’
Gilyard was a teacher in his later years, in teaching his trade the new generation, while filming the occasional film.