Gene Barry, who starred in three hit TV series, Bat Masterson, Burke's Law and The Name of Game, died Wednesday in Los Angeles at age 90, his son, Fredric James Barry, said Thursday. The cause of death was not disclosed. In films, Barry had starred in the 1953 production of the War of the Worlds and appeared opposite Clark Gable in Soldier of Fortune in 1955. On stage, he received a Tony nomination in 1984 for his role as a gay night club owner in La Cage aux Folles .