Film actor Caligula is the latest Hollywood star to die of cancer.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the 91-year-old Roman actor died Monday at his home in Las Vegas.
The Associated Press reported that he was in good health, with no known medical conditions.
His agent confirmed his death to the news agency.
Caligulas wife, Maria, told the AP he had recently started using marijuana.
The actor’s film career spanned decades.
He starred in films such as Caligulas “Hail Caesar” (1939) and “The Circus” (1963), but his most famous role was as the villain in “The Emperor’s New Clothes,” a movie that grossed more than $200 million worldwide.
His career also included “The Godfather,” “Pulp Fiction,” “The Big Lebowski,” “Back to the Future,” “Saving Private Ryan,” “Die Hard” and “E.T.”
The actor was married to American actress and model Grace Kelly from 1952 to 1964.