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Jan Michael Vincent -- the '80s heartthrob best known for his role on TV's "Airwolf" -- has died ... TMZ has learned.

Jan-Michael actually died back on February 10 after suffering cardiac arrest while a patient at a North Carolina hospital ... according to the death certificate. We're told no autopsy was performed and he was later cremated.

Jan-Michael was most recently in the 2002 movie, "White Boy" ... but he had a long, successful career in TV and film.

His CBS hit, "Airwolf," made him into a huge star. At the time, he was reportedly the highest-paid actor at $200k per episode. Jan-Michael played helicopter pilot Stringfellow Hawke on the show, but the series lasted only a couple seasons largely in part to the star's cocaine abuse. His acting career would ultimately suffer from it.

Jan-Michael nearly died in 2012 from an infection that required his right leg to be amputated.

Jan-Michael also starred opposite Burt Reynolds in the 1978 film, "Hooper" -- and co-starred with Kim Basingerin the 1981 film, "Hard Country." He was a steady working actor in Hollywood for 3 decades, and appeared in tons of the old classics like, "Lassie," "Bonanza," and "Gunsmoke."

Jan-Michael was 74. RIP.

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He was a raging junkie. I’m shocked that he lasted as long as he did.


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Sad end. Still, if they reboot Airwolf, seeing his cameo would've been painful. RIP.


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Also, can't ever see Summer again and not think this of this:

I want to see footage of Spencer Grammer saying "little boy" for some disturbing reason.


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He was a raging junkie. I’m shocked that he lasted as long as he did.
He was so bad in the 90's that he had a series of car accidents that fucked him up so bad he couldn't get around anymore. That forced him to dry out and might have actually saved his life. I think even Artie would think this guy had a big problem.