NEW YORK (Reuters) - LeRoy Neiman, whose distinctive, abstract style of painting sports figures in action made him a star on a par with some of the famous athletes he painted, died on Wednesday at age 91, his spokeswoman said.Neiman, a showman known for his handlebar mustache, sometimes painted live on television during major events such as the Olympics or the Super Bowl, helping make him one of the world's most commercially successful contemporary artists.(Reporting By Daniel Trotta; editing by Christopher Wilson)