Sylvia Miles — that increased to popularity for her function in “Midnight Cowboy” — has actually passed away.
TMZ has actually verified the two-time Academy Award candidate died Wednesday in New York … and also she supposedly passed away in the rear of a rescue en route to a health center.
Sylvia remained in her mid-40s when she acted along with Jon Voight in the 1969 flick, “Midnight Cowboy” … and also she played an Upper East Side hooker attempting to out-hustle Voight’s personality, a hopeful gigolo. She was chosen for an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress.
Miles made her 2nd Oscar election for her function in the 1975 movie, “Farewell, My Lovely” … showing up in a five-and-a-half minute scene with Robert Mitchum.
Sylvia additionally acted in lots of TELEVISION and also cinema manufacturings … and also she was a component on the New York City event scene, showing up with friend Andy Warhol.
Miles, birthed and also increased in Greenwich Village, was supposedly in decreasing wellness — having problem with respiratory system troubles — and also had actually just recently left an assisted living facility.
Sylvia was 94.