Airwolf and Big Wednesday star Jan-Michael Vincent dies at age 74

Airwolf and Big Wednesday star Jan-Michael Vincent dies at age 74

Cause of death was listed as cardiac arrest. His final role was in the indie movie "White Boy" (2003).

His other credits included the cult surfing film Big Wednesday, the Charles Bronson thriller The Mechanic and the miniseries The Winds of War.

After a stint in the California Army National Guard, Vincent made his acting debut in 1967.

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Vincent's good looks attracted the attention of Universal Studios, which put him into its training program in the late 1960s, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

Vincent, who had documented problems with alcoholism and drug abuse, suffered a broken neck in a high-profile 2006 auto crash while chasing a girlfriend he was fighting with. He also survived three significant crashes during the 1990s, one of which led to drunk-driving charges, rehab and probation. He was also involved in three vehicle accidents which he barely survived and received severe injuries from, including permanent damage to his vocal cords and three broken vertebrae in his neck. He was sentenced to 60 days in prison that same year for violating his probation for prior alcohol-related arrests by appearing drunk in public and assaulting his fiancee.

A spokesperson for Vincent has not yet responded to TheWrap's request for comment.

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