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The proprietor of the fictional Peach Pit diner from “Beverly Hills, 90210” has died. He was 85.

Actor Joe E. Tata passed away on Wednesday night. His daughter Kelly Katharine Tata made the announcement via a GoFundMe post. She revealed that in 2018, Tata was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease.

“My father and I are forever grateful for the love and support of family, friends, and fans,” she wrote. “Please continue to keep us in your prayers as I grieve the loss of my best friend.”

His former “90210” costar Ian Ziering took to Instagram to honor express his condolences.

“Joey was truly an O.G., I remember seeing him on the ‘Rockford Files’ with James Garner years before we worked together on ‘90210,’” he reminisced. “Though the Peach Pit was a ‘90210’ set, it often felt like the backdrop to the ‘Joe E Tata show.'”

From 1990 to 2000, Tata starred as Nat Bussichio in the ’90s teen drama. While he’s known for that role by many, he had quite a resume.

He played various roles on hit television series like “Batman,” “Hogan’s Heroes,” “Magnum P.I.,” “Hillstreet Blues,” and more.

Tata returned to the diner in 2008 for the “90210” reboot.

His final role was on the ABC Family show “Mystery Girls.” This was around the time his health “took a turn for the worse,” his daughter wrote. That was in 2014.