The ‘9 to 5’ star Dabney Coleman has passed away at the age of 92.

The news was verified by the actor’s daughter in a statement that was sent to ET.

The loss of Dabney Coleman has occurred. His daughter, Quincy Coleman, confirmed the news to ET in a statement that the actor, who was best known for his part in the television show 9 to 5, passed away on Thursday afternoon. He was 92 years old.

“My Father, Dabney Wharton Coleman, took his last earthly breath peacefully and exquisitely at 92 in his Santa Monica home on Thursday May 16th, 2024 at 1:50pm,” according to the official announcement. “My father crafted his time here on earth with a curious mind, a generous heart, and a soul on fire with passion, desire and humor that tickled the funny bone of humanity.”

According to the statement, “As he lived, he moved through this final act of his life with elegance, excellence, and mastery,” which was part of the statement. “A teacher, a hero, and a king, Dabney Coleman is a gift and blessing in life and in loss as his spirit will shine through his work, his loved ones and his legacy…eternally.”

“It has been a great privilege to have represented Dabney and to have been able to call him my friend,” said Jeffrey Goldberg, Coleman’s manager, in a statement to ET. Goldberg also expressed his opinion on the matter. He will be sorely missed by this world.

The cause of loss has not been determined at this time. When the news of the actor’s passing was first reported, it was by TMZ.

Before being conscripted into the military, Coleman received his education at the Virginia Military Institute. Coleman was born in Austin, Texas. After graduating from the University of Texas, he shifted his attention to theater acting and continued his education.

In 1961, he made his debut on television in the show Naked City. The Outer Limits, The Donna Reed Show, I Dream of Jeannie, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Different Strokes, and Buffalo Bill were among the several television shows on which she went on to play roles. Through his work in the film industry, Coleman has been in a number of films, some of which include The Towering Inferno, Tootsie, The Beverly Hillbillies, You’ve Got Mail, and Where the Red Fern Grows.

His last performance was in the 2019 season of Yellowstone, in which he portrayed the father of John Dutton, played by Kevin Costner.

Coleman was nominated for an Emmy six times and won one of them in 1987 for his work on the television movie Sworn to Silence. In 2014, he was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

His children, Meghan, Kelly, Randy, and Quincy, as well as his grandkids, Hale and Gabe Torrance, Luie Freundl, and Kai and Coleman Biancaniello, are among those who are able to carry on his legacy.