Glenn Corbett’s Death – Cause and Date

Glenn Corbett cause of death

Born (Birthday) August 17, 1933

Death Date January 16, 1993

Age of Death 59 years

Cause of Death Lung Cancer

Profession TV Actor

The TV actor Glenn Corbett died at the age of 59. Here is all you want to know and more!

Biography - A Short Wiki

Remembered best for his role as warp drive inventor Zefram Cochrane on Star Trek and for his portrayal of Vietnam veteran Lincoln Case on Route 66, this screen actor also appeared in such 1970s films as Big Jake and Midway.

While attending Occidental College in the Los Angeles area, he began acting in student theatrical productions. He made his motion picture debut in a 1959 film noir titled The Crimson Kimono.

During the 1980s, he was a series regular on CBS’s Dallas.

Personal Life

His marriage to Judy Daniels resulted in a son named Jason and a daughter named Jocelyn. He died of lung cancer several months shy of his sixtieth birthday.

He played the role of Sheriff Pat Garrett in the 1970 John Wayne western, Chisum.

How did Glenn Corbett die?

In January 1993, Corbett died of lung cancer at the Veterans Administration hospital in San Antonio, Texas, at the age of 59. He was buried in Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery, San Antonio.