Robert Clary, last of the ‘Hogan’s Heroes’ stars, dies at 96

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LOS ANGELES (AP) — Robert Clary, who played a prisoner of war in the TV sitcom “Hogan’s Heroes,” has died.

He was 96.

Clary sported a beret in his role as the feisty Corporal Louis LeBeau in “Hogan’s Heroes,” which aired from 1965 to 1971. The sitcom was about a band of Allied soldiers in a World War II POW camp run by clownish German Nazis. Clary was the last surviving original star of the comedy that included Bob Crane, Richard Dawson, Larry Hovis and Ivan Dixon. Clary was a survivor of the Nazi Holocaust that claimed the lives of many members of his large Jewish family.

Clary died of natural causes.


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