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Who is Andrew Pine's wife? Veteran actor who starred in 'Chisum' and 'Wide Country' dies at 86

Andrew Prine has died while holidaying in Paris, his wife Heather Lowe has confirmed
Andrew Pine's wife, Heather Lowe (R), announced his death at age 86 (Neilson Barnard/Getty Images)
Andrew Pine's wife, Heather Lowe (R), announced his death at age 86 (Neilson Barnard/Getty Images)

PARIS: Andrew Pine, the legendary actor of Hollywood has died at age 86, his wife confirmed. Heather Lowe, 70, revealed that Pine died due to natural causes while they were on vacation in Paris on October 31, Monday. "He was the sweetest prince," she said in a brief statement to THR. Lowe who is also the President of Oxford Group Productions, a recognized producer, and entrepreneur is devastated by her husband's sudden demise, reported THR.

Andrew was most recognized for his parts in a number of Western movies, such as 'Chisum,' 'Wide Country,' and 'The Town That Dreaded Sundown.' He also appeared in Broadway plays including 'Look Homeward, Angel.' After appearing in an episode of 'The United States Steel Hour' for his first acting part, he made his stage debut in 1958, one year later. He earlier said to Backstage that it was this experience that really taught him "how to act."


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Pine added, “Fortunately, I did Look Homeward for two years, and what I did while playing the lead and being paid was learn how to act.” "The stage manager came backstage every night with copious notes, and his job was to keep me on target. I learned how to act, really, on Broadway." he added.

Who is Andrew Pine's wife?

Heather Lowe, an actress who serves as president of Oxford Group Productions, is the wife of the late actor Andrew Pine. Andrew Pine and Heather Lowe tied the knot on February 14, 1986. She is a well-known producer and entrepreneur who contributes a special blend of expertise and vision to artistic programs and projects in international film production, network and cable television films and theater. As a professional actress, Lowe studied at the American Academy, followed by Stella Adler, and was eventually accepted into The Actors Studio. Lowe has produced numerous successful national shows as a theatrical producer.

Andrew had a lengthy acting career and appeared in 28 episodes of Wide Country in the 1960s as Andy Guthrie. Along with starring in action shows like 'Tombstone Territory,' 'Playhouse 90,' and 'Gunsmoke,' he also had a recurrent part in Dr Kildare's final season.

His career lasted throughout the 1980s and 1990s, and in the early 2000s, he appeared in shows like 'Dukes of Hazzard' and 'Sweet Home Alabama.' He collaborated with Quentin Tarantino on a two-part, Emmy-winning episode of 'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation' on CBS in 2005. His other significant roles include Alex McSween in Chisum, Deputy Norman Ramsey in The Town That Dreaded Sundown, and Deputy Sheriff Roscoe Bookbinder in Bandolero.

Fans paid their respects and sent condolences following the news of his death on social media. Among those leaving notes on Twitter was a user who penned, "Andrew Prine had a great career as an actor from 1955-2015. He went from small supporting roles to genre film leading man and villain and then dependable character actor. He had effortless charisma."

Prior to his marriage to Lowe in 1986, Prine was previously married to the actors Sharon Farrell (1962–1963) and Brenda Scott (1965–1966, 1968–1969, and 1973–1978). Additionally, he shared a romantic relationship with the deceased actress Karyn Kupcinet, who was killed in 1963 in a notorious unsolved Hollywood homicide.