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Feb 07 2017
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6a00d8341c2ca253ef01a511e89f10970c-550wiRichard Hatch: May 21, 1945—February 7, 2017 (Image by Bob Deutsch)

Richard Hatch, best-known as Captain Apollo on Battlestar Galactica (1978—1979) has died in hospice after a battle with pancreatic cancer, according to TMZ. He was 71.

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6862cf5f46acfe094fbc21cad01560d0Did it get any cuter? (Image via probably Tiger Beat)

Hatch also appeared on All My Children back in 1971, on one season of The Streets of San Francisco (from '76—'77), on Dynasty (1984) and on the soap Santa Barbara (1990).

6a00d8341c2ca253ef0162fd02261f970dSuch a sweet man (Image via Matthew Rettenmund)

I loved Richard Hatch. In the '70s, he was in all the teen magazines, which says a lot about how differently we look at who makes good teen idols nowadays considering the fact that he was 30 years old.

Click here for my meeting with Mr. Hatch in 2011!

A stunning man, the camera absolutely loved him. I was so happy I met him about five years ago at an autograph show, where I got to have him sign a pretty sexy magazine spread of himself. He was only too happy to oblige.

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6a00d8341c2ca253ef015393acf38a970bHe knew exactly why I was so taken with these leggy shots! (Images via Bravo)

Check out my long video of Mr. Hatch after the jump ...

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