An actor best known as the voice of a breakfast cereal mascot has died.

FOX's Lisa Lacerra reports:

(Anderson) "I'll make a magic rope and swing away with my Lucky Charms. The crunchy old cereal with marshmallow surprises. Pink hearts, yellow moons, orange stars, green clovers and blue diamonds."

That's actor Arthur Anderson, adding an Irish accent as "Lucky the Leprechaun".

He was the voice of the 'Lucky Charms' mascot for three decades until 1992. He said he was constantly stopped and asked to sing the commercial on the streets of his native New York, but said he never got any free cereal.

Though the cereal ads got him fame, he had a varied career, beginning at age 10 in a theater on Staten Island, radio shows Broadway and appeared in 'Midnight Cowboy', Woody Allen's 'Zelig' and on TV in 'Law and Order'.

Arthur Anderson was 93:

(Lucky) "Frosted Lucky Charms, they're magically delicious." 

Lisa Lacerra, FOX News.