Larry Sellers, Actor on ‘Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman,’ Dies at 72 – Hollywood Reporter

Larry Sellers, Actor on ‘Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman,’ Dies at 72 – Hollywood Reporter

Larry Sellers, Actor on ‘Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman,’ Dies at 72 – Hollywood Reporter

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The Emmy-nominated actor played Cloud Dancing for five years on the CBS Western.
By Jackie Strause
Managing Editor, East Coast
Larry Sellers, best known for his role in Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, died Wednesday of an unknown cause in Pawhuska, Oklahoma, his sister-in-law Loring Abeyta said. He was 72.
Sellers, an actor and stuntman of Osage, Cherokee and Lakota descent, appeared in film and TV projects including Life Goes On; Lightning Jack; Wayne’s World II; Beverly Hills, 90210; Crazy Horse; and The Sopranos.

His best-known role was playing Cloud Dancing on the hit CBS Western Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, a part he played from 1993-98 and one that earned him an Emmy nomination.

“Larry Sellers was truly the heart and spirit of Dr. Quinn. His presence was magical, mystical, and spiritual,” wrote co-star Jane Seymour, who starred in the titular role, on Instagram. “I feel so fortunate to have had all those wonderful years together. He will be missed by us all. My heart goes out to Larry’s family and friends, may his memory be a blessing to us all.”
Survivors include his five children.
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