Film and television star Peter Graves died Sunday of a heart attack outside his home in Pacific Palisades, California, his business manager, Fred Barman, confirmed to the New York Times. He was 83.

According to his publicist, Sandy Brokaw, Graves collapsed upon returning from brunch with his wife and children. One of his daughters administered CPR, but was unable to save him.

Graves, whose career spanned about 60 years, was perhaps best known for his Golden Globe-winning portrayal of IMF leader James Phelps on the iconic spy series 'Mission: Impossible,' which ran for seven seasons on CBS. He later reprised the role in an ABC reboot, from 1988-1990.

Graves' small-screen career dates back the mid-'50s when he landed a regular gig on the NBC Western drama 'Fury.' From then on, he became a regular face on television, with additional roles on 'Whiplash,' 'Alfred Hitchcock Presents,' 'The Dean Martin Show,' 'Fantasy Island' and, more recently, the WB family drama '7th Heaven.'