Fans are curious to know about what caused the death of American actor, George Maharis and when his funeral will be held.

George Maharis was born on September 1, 1928, was an American actor, singer, and artist who portrayed Buz Murdock in the first three seasons of the TV series Route 66.

His parents were Greek immigrants. He attended Flushing High School and served in the United States Marine Corps for 18 months.

He studied at the Actors Studio and appeared in off-Broadway productions. In October 1958, a New York Times critic described his performance in Jean Genet’s Deathwatch as “correctly volatile, harsh, soft and cunning”.

In 1960, Maharis appeared as Buz Murdock in the TV series Route 66, which co-starred Martin Milner. Maharis was 32 at the time the series started, although the character he was playing was only 23. He received an Emmy nomination in 1962 for his continuing performance as Buz.

Maharis was arrested in 1967 on charges of “lewd conduct”, and in 1974 on charges of “sex perversion” for using men’s bathrooms as venues to cruise for sex.

What caused the death of George Maharis?

Maharis’ friend and caretaker Marc Bahan said in a Facebook post that he died on Wednesday. According to Bahan, he died at his home in Beverly Hills, California, after contracting hepatitis.

What is the obituary of Maharis?

Goerge Maharis who was born on September 1, 1928, died at age 94.

When is the funeral of Maharis?

There has been no report about the exact date yet for his funeral.



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