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|Born||Edward Laurence Heimberger|
February 20, 1951
Los Angeles, California
|Died||September 22, 2006 (Age 55)|
Edward Laurence Heimberger (born February 20, 1951; died September 22, 2006), credited as Edward Albert, was an actor who played Daredevil on Spider-Man and Silver Surfer on the Fantastic Four episode "Doomsday".
Other notable works include Butterflies are Free, Orson Welles' Great Mysteries, Kung Fu, Police Surgeon, Midway, Police Story, The Purple Taxi, The Greek Tycoon, Walking Tall, Galaxy of Terror, The House Where Evil Dwells, Blood Feud, The Yellow Rose, The New Mike Hammer, Falcon Crest, The Rescue, Beauty and the Beast, The Girl From Mars, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, L. A. Law, In the Heat of the Night, Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, Hard Drive, Fortune Hunter, Hawkeye, The Secret Agent Club, Walker, Texas Ranger, The Sentinel, High Tide, Conan, Extreme Ghostbusters, The Face of Alexandre Dumas: The Man in the Iron Mask, Invasion America, Sabrina, the Teenage Witch, Nash Bridges, Chicken Soup for the Soul, Port Charles, Godzilla: The Series, Max Steel, Mimic 2, Power Rangers Time Force, A Light in the Forest, A-List, Sea of Fear, Fighting Words, and Street Poet.
Albert suffered from lung cancer and died on September 22nd, 2006, at the age of fifty-five. He was survived by his wife and fellow actress Kate Woodville, their daughter, and his sister.