Robert Morse, Broadway star dies at 90

Actor Robert Morse, who started his career on Broadway and then became a 'Mad Men' star, has died at 90.

On Broadway, Morse originated the role of J. Pierrepont Finch on How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying,

for which he won a Tony Award. Six years later, in 1967,

he starred in the film version of the same musical

Morse also won a Tony Award for his 1990 one-man show Tru,

in which he played Truman Capote.

He was nominated for three other Tony Awards throughout his career.

Larry Karaszewski, writer-producer and a vice president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences expressed his condolences

Robert Morse was one of the greats.   Rest In Peace.