Veteran actor Gary Graham passed away on Monday in his Spokane Valley, Washington, home. He was best known for his roles as detective Matthew Sikes in the “Alien Nation” films and Ambassador Soval on the television series “Star Trek: Enterprise.” He was seventy-three.
His wife, Becky Graham, confirmed his death and stated that heart arrest was the cause.
What Happened To Gary Graham?
The entertainment industry as well as Gary Graham’s family were shocked by his sudden and untimely death on January 22, 2024. His ex-wife, Susan Lavelle, shared the heartbreaking news on Facebook.
When Graham passed away at a Spokane, Washington, hospital from cardiac arrest, his wife of over 25 years, Becky, was at his side. The family, which included Lavelle and their daughter Haylee, conveyed their deep sorrow and emphasized how unexpected Graham’s death was.
Graham passed away suddenly from cardiac arrest, according to Lavelle’s memorial page. He was surrounded by his loved ones, including his wife Becky. His abrupt death shocked the family, especially their daughter Haylee.
Who Was Gary Graham?
Born in Long Beach, California, on June 6, 1950, Gary Rand Graham was a talented American novelist, musician, and actor. Graham’s five-decade career began in 1989 when he landed the main part of Detective Matthew Sikes in the TV series Alien Nation (1989–1990) and the films that followed.
His illustrious career was further enhanced by his contributions to the Star Trek series, especially his role as Ambassador Soval in Star Trek: Enterprise. The gifted writer and guitarist Graham played with a number of ensembles, including The Sons of Kirk and The Gary Graham Garage Band. On January 22, 2024, he passed away, leaving a legacy of unforgettable performances.