The prosecutor on the Clinton Whitewater investigation, Ken Starr, has died at 76

Kenneth Starr was one of the federal prosecutors.

During the 1990s, he led the Whitewater investigation into Bill and Hillary Clinton

According to his family he died due to complications from surgery at Tuesday at a Houston hospital.

He was 76, during his death

Ken born in 1964 in a small town of Texas and enter world of Beltway law after completing law school.

He was solicitor general during the time of President George H.W. Bush

In 1990s Starr became a fixture in national headlines.

Starr was granted expansive investigative powers as he was an independent counsel.

He investigated the firing of White House travel agents, the death of a White House attorney

And also the potential mishandling of FBI files were investigated by him.

In 2010, Ken Starr joined Baylor University as the school's president & chancellor

"Judge Starr was a dedicated public servant and ardent supporter of religious freedom that allows faith-based institutions such as Baylor to flourish," - Linda

An investigation found the school mishandled allegations of sexual assault involving the football team, which led him to resign in 2016.

He was well known as- 'Judge Starr,'  'Dean Starr,' 'President Starr,' 'Uncle Ken,'

He has a wife(Alice Mendell Starr) of 52 years, and three children with 9 grandchildren

"We are deeply saddened with the loss of our dear and loving Father and Grandfather"  - Randall Starr said.