'Smallville' and 'Leaving Las Vegas' actor Julian Sands dies at 65

Julian Sands, renowned actor known for his impressive film and television career, tragically passed away earlier this year, and his remains were recently found near Mount Baldy, California.

 Sands, who appeared in notable films such as "A Room with a View," "Leaving Las Vegas," and "Warlock," was beloved for his captivating performances and unique talent.

 An experienced hiker and lover of the outdoors, Sands' cause of death is still under investigation. His family expressed gratitude to the search teams and coordinators who dedicated themselves to finding him.

Born in 1958 in West Yorkshire, Sands began his film career in the 1980s and quickly gained recognition for his role in "A Room with a View," which propelled him to success in Hollywood.

Sands showcased his versatility as an actor through his memorable roles in films like "The Phantom of the Opera," "Boxing Helena," and "Leaving Las Vegas." He also made notable appearances in popular TV shows such as "Smallville" and "24."

Sands' legacy lives on through his impressive body of work and the memories he left with his family, friends, and fans. He will be remembered as a talented performer, an explorer, and a passionate advocate for the arts and the natural world.