Jan-Michael Vincent at home in Santa Monica on July 6, 1999.
10 at a North Carolina hospital after suffering cardiac arrest, TMZ first reported, citing his death certificate.
In fact, as TMZ reports, Vincent's death certificate indicates the actor died February 10 after going into cardiac arrest at a hospital in North Carolina. According to Variety, he was discovered by a talent scout in 1967 after finishing a stint in the California Army National Guard, and landed a role in the Robert Conrad film "The Bandits". His noteworthy credits among the dozens of films in which he acted include Big Wednesday, with Gary Busey; Hooper, with Burt Reynolds; and Hard Country, opposite Kim Basinger.
During his life, Vincent struggled with drugs and alcohol and spent time in rehab facilities.
His most recent work was a 2002 movie called "White Boy".