Russian born actor Oleg Vidov, who appeared in some 50 films since 1960 died from cancer at his Westlake Village, California home today May 16, 2017. He starred in such films as the Euro-westerns “The Headless Horseman” and “Tecumseh” both in 1972, and “Moscow, My Love”. He worked with world-acclaimed film directors, including Sergei Bondarchuk “Waterloo”. Even before moving to the United States in 1985, he appeared in many foreign films. While in the U.S., he played in many Hollywood productions, with Arnold Schwarzenegger, Mickey Rourke, Warren Beattly and other Hollywood stars. Born in Moscow on June 11, 1943 Vidov would have been 74 next month.