Eli Wallach, one of the best and last of his generation of actors, has died at 98. Wallach leaves us with over 160 film and television credits to his name, among them roles in greats like The Magnificent Seven and The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly. He also had roles in the 2006 rom-com The Holiday, the already forgotten Jon Heder movie Mama's Boy, and the original Batman series, in which he played Mr. Freeze. Such is the kind of wildly varied career you get when you're so prolific for six decades.
The actor continued to work nearly up to his death, last appearing in 2010's Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps. The same year, he finally took home an Oscar, receiving a well-deserved Honorary Academy Award. Rest in peace to a man who knew how to act, and clearly knew when to talk: