Jeremy Slate, the versatile actor who co-wrote and starred in the cult film "Hell's Angels '69" died Sunday, his agent said. He was 80. Slate died at UCLA Medical Center of complications following surgery for esophageal cancer, agent Bonnie Black said.
Slate gained fame in the early 1960s on the TV series "The Aquanauts" and a few years later appeared alongside Elvis Presley in "Girls! Girls! Girls!" He guest starred on nearly 100 TV shows, including "Gunsmoke," "Mission: Impossible," "Bewitched" and "Police Story." Most recently, he was seen in the NBC sitcom "My Name is Earl." From 1979 to 1987, he was a regular on the ABC soap "One Life to Live" as Chuck Wilson, his longest-running role.