R.I.P.

Actor Robert Guillaume Dies at 89

Actor Robert Guillaume died on Tuesday at age 89 from complications due to prostate cancer. The Emmy- and Grammy-winning actor was the first African-American to play the Phantom of the Opera, and won two Emmys for his work in the sitcom Soap. Guillaume was also the voice of Rafiki in Disney’s The Lion King, a role which won him a Grammy in 1995.