The creator of “Mr. Clean” died at age 92.

The actor who played Mr. was from Los Angeles.His family said he died in Los Angeles at the age of 92.

The bald-headed, hoop earring and brawny arms of House Peters Jr. was the original public face of the household cleaner brand.His family said he died of pneumonia.

House Peters Jr. started his career in silent movies and later made a name for himself with character parts, often as the muscled villain, in dozens of TV and movie westerns, including “Wagon Train,” “Gunsmoke” and “The Lone Ranger.”