An actor best known for his roles in “Ghostbusters” and “The Sopranos” died Monday at the age of 78.
David Margulies made his off-Broadway debut in 1958 in “Golden 6” but worked his way up to several popular movies.
In 1984, he played the mayor New York in “Ghostbusters” and repeated the role in the 1989 sequel.
On the small screen, he was recognizable for parts on several TV shows including “The Sopranos,” where he played Tony Soprano’s lawyer.
He also had roles in “Norther Exposure,” “Law and Order” and “Touched by an Angel.”