Miguel Ferrer has passed away aged 61
Ferrer – who starred on the likes of NCIS: Los Angeles and Crossing Jordan – was surrounded by his close friends and family when he passed away earlier today in his home.
Ferrer was the the son of Oscar-winning Cyrano de Bergerac actor Jose Ferrer and Rosemary Clooney, and the cousin of George Clooney.
He was set to reprise his role as FBI Agent Albert Rosenfeld on David Lynch’s revival Twin Peaks, which is set to premiere in May on US satellite television network Showtime.
Ferrer was arguably best known for his role as Owen Granger in NCIS: Los Angeles; which he played from 2012 up until the time of his death.
Ferrer died surrounded by his close friends and family
Actor is survived by his wife Lori
The series' show runner R. Scott Gemmill told PEOPLE in a statement: “Today, NCIS: Los Angeles lost a beloved family member.
“Miguel was a man of tremendous talent who had a powerful dramatic presence on screen, a wicked sense of humour, and a huge heart.
"Our thoughts go out to his wife Lori, his sons, and his entire family. He will be greatly missed," he added.
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Ferrer played Owen Granger in NCIS: Los Angeles
Ferrer loved his time on the show and he previously said that his part got "more and more interesting" every year.
He told TV Fanatic: "[With] every season the part’s sort of increased and gotten more and more interesting so I’m really thrilled to just be more a part of things.
"The fact that they keep coming up with interesting aspects of the character really is terrific. I couldn’t be happier."
Ferrer is survived by his wife Lori, and sons Lukas and Rafi.