Actor Roger Hill, best known for his role as Cyrus in the cult classic film The Warriors, has died. He was 65.
Reports the New York Daily News:
In director Walter Hill’s “The Warriors,” Hill played Cyrus, the feared gangster who is assassinated during an attempt to unite street gangs and take over the city.
A lifelong New Yorker, Roger Hill spent most of his 20-year career in theater. He appeared in Off-Broadway plays and a touring production of “Hamlet.”
He is survived by his son, Chris Hill, a film editor.
The late Hill also appeared in another cult classic film, The Education of Sonny Carson.
Watch Hill’s famed speech from The Warriors below. Can you dig it? Rest In Power.