William Reynolds, who played Tom Colby on "The F.B.I.," has died at the age of 90. 

After being in two films directed by Douglas Sirk, he was in three short-lived series and an episode of "The Twilight Zone" that was very well received. 

William Reynolds, who played Special Agent Tom Colby on the last seven seasons of the ABC crime show The F.B.I. with Efrem Zimbalist Jr., has died. He was 90.

Reynolds died on Wednesday in Wildomar, California, from pneumonia that was not COVID 19, a family representative said.

The native of Los Angeles also starred in three other short-lived shows: as the trumpet player on Jack Webb's 1959 NBC drama Pete Kelly's Blues;

on ABC's 1960-61 adventure show The Islanders, which was set in the East Indies; and on ABC's 1962-63 show The Gallant Men, which was about World War II. 

In the 1960 episode "The Purple Testament" from the first season of The Twilight Zone, Reynolds played a WWII officer who can't ignore a scary light on the faces of his men who are going to die.  

On the big screen, he was in the melodramas All That Heaven Allows (1955) and There's Always Tomorrow (1956), which were both directed by Douglas Sirk.

Francis Goes to West Point (1952), he worked with Donald O'Connor and a mule, and he was the main character in the cult science fiction movie The Thing That Couldn't Die (1958).

Reynolds had guest roles on the first two seasons of The F.B.I., which was made by Warner Bros.

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