Robert Blake, Baretta Star Later Acquitted In Wife's Murder, Dead At 89

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Robert Blake, Emmy-Winning Actor, Has Died At The Age Of 89.

He Was Best Known For His Role In The 1970s TV Show Baretta.

Blake Was Tried And Acquitted Of His Wife's Murder In The Early 2000s, Which Overshadowed His Career.

He Died Of Heart Disease At Home In Los Angeles, According To A Statement From His Niece.

Blake Began His Career As A Child Actor, Starring In The Our Gang Comedies.

He Acted In Hollywood Movies And Television Shows, Including The Critically Acclaimed Film In Cold Blood.

He Won Two Emmys For His Performances.

Blake's Personal Life Was Tumultuous, With Struggles With Alcohol And Drug Addiction.

Robert Blake Has Left Behind A Legacy In The Entertainment Industry.