Peter Spellos, “Transformers: Robots in Disguise” and “American Dreams” actor, died on Sunday. He was 69.
James Spellos, his younger brother, confirmed to Fox News Digital, that Peter is “at peace after a short but very painful battle with pancreatic cancer.”
In addition to working in film and television, Peter was an accomplished voice actor and was known for voicing Cyberon in “Eagle Riders” which also featured Bryan Cranston and Mona Marshall. He voiced Sky-Byte in 39 episodes of the animated “Transformers” series.
“Peter was surrounded by friends and family, as well as showered with loving messages from fans around the world throughout this difficult time,” Jennifer Smith, reportedly one of Spellos’ acting students who has power of attorney, told People.
Spellos passed away at hospice care.
“It is consoling to know that the folks at hospice kept him comfortable and out of pain over his last days,” James shared in a statement posted online.
“And a huge amount of thanks and deep love and respect to Jen and the Council of Aunties who made sure he was taken care of over the past few months.”