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William Reynolds, who played Special Agent Tom Colby on the final seven seasons of the television crime drama, “The F.B.I.,” died Wednesday, a family spokesperson said. He was 90.

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Reynolds died in Wildomar, California, from non-COVID-19 complicated pneumonia, the spokesperson told The Hollywood Reporter.

Reynolds portrayed Colby on the hit ABC series from 1967 to 1973, joining the show in its third season, according to The Wrap. The role was his last as he left acting to pursue a business career.

After making guest appearances in the first two seasons of “The F.B.I.,” Reynolds was hired to play alongside Efrem Zimbalist Jr., who had the lead role of Inspector Lewis Erksine, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Born William de Clercq Regnolds on Dec. 9, 1931, in Los Angeles, Reynolds had roles in the movie “Carrie,” “The Son of Ali Baba” and “The Desert Fox,” the entertainment website reported.

In 1960, Reynolds played a memorable role as a World War II officer in “The Purple Testament” during the first season of “The Twilight Zone.”

He also appeared in the 1955 film “All That Heaven Allows” and “There’s Always Tomorrow” the following year. He also had roles in “Francis Goes to West Point” in 1952 and starred in the 1958 cult science-fiction film, “The Thing That Couldn’t Die.”

Reynolds married actress Molly Sinclair in 1950 and they remained together until her death in 1992, according to The Wrap. They had two children, two grandchildren and one great-grandchild.

A public memorial service will be held on Sept. 10 at Miller Jones Menifee Memorial Park in Menifee, California, Deadline reported.