The character actor, best known for his roles in the 1973 films Serpico and The Sting, died Jan. 14, at 85. He played Joe Erie, a.k.a. the Erie Kid, a grifter who’s part of Paul Newman and Robert Redford’s characters’ con game in Best Picture winner The Sting. That same year he portrayed cop Tom Keough in Sidney Lumet’s Serpico, opposite Al Pacino. Kehoe also had memorable roles as Al Capone’s bookkeeper in 1987’s The Untouchables and a two-faced bail bondsman Geisler in 1988’s Midnight Run. Other notable projects included 1980’s Melvin and Howard, 1981’s Reds, and 1984’s The Pope of Greenwich Village. He retired after appearing in 1997’s The Game.