Life Breaking Bad actor Robert Forster only turned 78 By weekster Posted on October 14, 2019 1 min read Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ In his hometown of Los Angeles, actor Robert Forster died on Friday (local time), the BBC reports. The 78-year-old is known for his role in the film Jackie Brown by Quentin Tarentino. For the role of Max Cherry in Jackie Brown, he received an Oscar nomination in the best male supporting role category. “Rest in peace. A class act / actor.” Robert is also known for his role as Sheriff Frank Truman in the Twin Peaks series and his performance in the Breaking Bad TV series. His colleagues reacted sadly to the death via Twitter. For example, Samuel L. Jackson writes, who appeared with him in Jackie Brown: “Rest in peace. A class act / actor.” Bryan Cranston calls Robert a “great man and an accomplished actor”. The two met on the set of the film Alligator in 1980 and then worked together in Breaking Bad and the spin-off El Camino appeared on Netflix on Friday.