"I had to decide if I wanted to be a singer or an actor," Harry Dean Stanton once said. "I was always singing. I thought if I could be an actor, I could do all of it."
Stanton died on Friday of natural causes at the age of 91. The late entertainer -- known by most for his exceptional character roles in film and television, from his breakout part in 1984's Paris, Texas to his portrayals of self-proclaimed Mormon prophet Roman Grant in Big Love and Twin Peaks' Carl Rodd -- will also be remembered for his soothing tenor voice, heard on film and on the live stage. He performed with his own band, as well as with peers like Bob Dylan and Kris Kristofferson.