Jan-Michael Vincent ebbed on February 10 but it’s only now been reported, according to TMZ.
The US publication, who purchased the death certificate, reports the actor died after suffering a cardiac stoppage.
They said he was a patient at a North Carolina hospital at the time.
It also covers no autopsy was performed and Jan-Michael was later cremated.
Jan-Michael became an 80s heartthrob starring as Stringfellow Hawke in Airwolf.
The name became one of television’s highest paid actors at the time as he received $200,000 an chapter.
Following the show, which ran from 1984 to 1986, Jan-Michael’s acting functions dried up.
He had a public battle with drink and drugs and had a string of captures for cocaine possession in the 70s.
In 1984 and 1985, Jan-Michael was arrested after two bar disputes.
A few years later, he was arrested for drunk driving but avoided jail but joining rehab.
Jan-Michael ended up suffering serious injuries in a car accident in 1996.
The actor had a destroyed vertebrae in his neck and sustained permanent damage to his vocal cords.
Jan-Michael was charged with half-seas-over driving after the accident where he was sentenced to rehab.
Twelve years later, Jan-Michael was labyrinthine associated with in another serious car accident.
He revealed he contracted a leg infection as a result problems from peripheral artery disease.
He told the National Enquirer: “An infection in my leg got steadily defective.
“I felt like I was beaten with a whip.”
The infection became so austere, doctors had to amputate the lower half of his right leg.
Jan-Michael had a prosthetic limb and later permitted he had a lot to be thankful for.
“I look at this now and think I have nothing to be upset around when I think about what our U.S. military go through,” he said.
“They’re the trusted heroes.”