Peter Spellos, a voice actor for the animated series «Transformers: Robots in Disguise» and a star of "American Dreams," died on Sunday. He was only 69.
The actor succumbed to symptoms from pancreatic cancer at the Francisca Hospice House in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Jennifer Smith, a friend shared the news on Facebook.
Spellos' power of attorney, Smith, testified that Spellos was pampered, adored, and surrounded by people in his last days.
A second acquaintance of the late actor, Fred Olen Ray, posted on Facebook, It is with sadness that I must report the passing of my dear friend, Peter Spellos, at 2:30 am this morning.
Many of you have known Peter. He had great friends also he was a gem of a person.
He further continued.
a wise old owl, instructor, and great performer. The moving homage went on, «He always made me laugh.» We have worked together in so many films that I can fill an entire book. Who knows, maybe in the future.
The Queens, New York, native played Sky-Byte on the “Transformers: Robots in Disguise” cartoon series for 39 episodes, and also starred in the sequel to the sci-fi classic “Men In Black” in 2002. Episodes of «ER,» «Naruto,» and other shows were among his other credits.
In 1972, Spellos made his voiceover debut for the international release The Adventure of Panda and Friends: Panda Family! Additionally, he made his cinematic debut in the murder mystery Sorority House Massacre II (1990).