The spouse of Christine Baranski, Matthew Cowles, who was an actor passed away recently at the age of 69.
Christine Baranski’s husband Matthew Cowles has died. He was 69 years old at the time of his passing away. He was very popular for his stint on the TV series All My Children. He played the character of the thuggish Billy Clyde Tuggle on the soap.
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The couple had been engaged to each other for a long time (30 years to be exact). The cause of his death was not revealed. His manager wrote the following memorable words on his twitter account: “It was a pleasure being his manager. He was a gifted and kind man who loved life and everyone in it”.
Cowles’ wife appears on the show The Good Wife. The two tied the knot way back in 1983. They have two mature daughters named Isabel and Lily. Before Cowley met Christine, he was the husband of actress Kathleen Dezina.
Several other stars and celebrities tweeted their condolences to Christine regarding her deceased husband Cowles. Alec Baldwin,who worked with Cowles in the 1996 film The Juror, said that he was a great gentlemanly figure. Alec furthermore said that he had worked on two films alongside Cowles.
'Deeply sorry to learn about Matthew Cowles, who I worked with on two films. A great gentleman...,' wrote the actor.
Cowles role in All My Children was a very negative one. He was shown as the head of a house of ill fame. And he engaged in drug dealing, abduction and even blew up a bridge.
Christine Baranski's husband was nominated twice for an Emmy for his realistic portrayal of evil personified. He also appeared time and again on Kojak, Miami Vice and Law & Order.
He also made an appearance in the comedy film Slap Shot opposite Paul Newman. And although he chose to stay away from too much publicity, Cowles was very effusive in his praise for his wife Christine. He simply adored her.
As for his wife, she is left with memories of the first time they met. May she find the strength to bear the loss of such a wonderful husband with fortitude and patience. Amen.