JOSH DUHAMEL is a pioneer of the “trader josie’s cookies” trend, where you can make your own cookies at home.
But Josh Duhanel, a decorated actor who played a banker on the popular CBS sitcom “Bachelor in Paradise,” died Monday of an apparent heart attack.
The Los Angeles Times reported the news late Monday.
He was 84.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
Duhamels passing was confirmed by the actor’s manager, Mark D’Agostino, on Twitter.
The actor was a frequent guest on “The View,” a popular talk show that airs on CBS.
Duhanels daughter, Sarah, posted a video on Facebook of her dad taking a break from the show to go shopping.
Duamels daughter and husband, Michael D’Ancona, wrote on Instagram that he and Duhamles son, Jason, “have been blessed to be able to share in his passion for cooking.”
The two had been married since 2000.
Du Hamels daughter said he would often stop by her house, “and his cooking was always perfect.”
A spokesperson for the actor did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Duleys funeral was scheduled for Monday.
Duhmanel, known for playing a bank executive on the show, also appeared in several movies, including “The Artist.”
He was nominated for an Academy Award for his work in 2004 for his role as the character of Mr. G. In 2008, he won an Emmy Award for portraying Mr. J. Duhaime was known for his hard-working nature and penchant for cooking.
He also sang and danced.
He and his wife, Anne, have a daughter, Emma, who is also an actor.
He appeared in two episodes of “Bachelorette,” which aired in 2015.
Du haime also won a Golden Globe Award in 1997 for his portrayal of the character, known as Mr. K., on “Modern Family.”
Duhamle has appeared in about 60 movies, television shows and video games.
He played the role of Mr T. on “Breaking Bad,” and as Mr E. on HBO’s “Game of Thrones.”
He also appeared on “Beverly Hills 90210” and “Scrubs.”
In 2017, he starred in a film called “Porcelain,” which was directed by John Ridley.