As reported by the newspaper "The Washington Post", the actor Ernest Borgnine has died on Sunday at 95 years of age, as confirmed by his spokesman and actor's manager, Harry Flynn told the Associated Press.
Borgnine died of kidney failure at Cedars-Sinai "accompanied by his family," according to Flynn, no further details about the news.
Borgine Ernest was one of the great side of Hollywood and the most recognition was the 1955 film "Marty", for which he received an Oscar for best actor.
It is known for his roles in films of the height of "From Here to Eternity", "Conspiracy of Silence", "Dirty Dozen", "Wild Bunch" or "1997: Escape from New York".
Besides having extensive experience in the film world, like Ernest Borgnine was on the small screen career, with roles in series such as "Ship ahoy", "The Love Boat" or "ER".
Since 1999, Borgnine has given his voice to SpongeBob series and has even appeared in an episode of The Simpsons playing himself.
In 2010, Ernest participated in the action film "Red" with a cast of stars including Bruce Willis, John Malkovich, Morgan Freeman, Helen Mirren.
Since then, Borgnine has participated in two projects, "Snatched" and "The Genesis Code", which is not yet known the release date.
In 2011 he was honored with a recognition of the career receiving a Screen Actors Guild Award.