Monday, 29 June, Hollywood has lost one of its legends. The writer, director, producer and actor Carl Reiner is dead at the age of 98 years.
In 1958, he published his first novel freely based on their personal experiences, which has been adapted for the theatre and cinema. On the big screen, viewers were able to discover in dozens of films, including The Russians are coming, Don’t Worry, We’ll Think of a Title and the saga of Ocean’s in which he interpreted the role of Saul Bloom. Moreover, it is in Ocean’s 8 he made his last appearance in theaters in 2018. Has the tv, Carl Reiner also played roles. Of Caesar’s Hour with Dr. House from My uncle Charlie, Parks and Recreations, or Good Heavens. Also a screenwriter and producer, the artist has shown for decades in Hollywood where he has directed and with the greatest. Born in march 1922 in the Bronx, he graduated high school at 16 and worked as a machinist while studying theatre.
After brief periods of work, he entered the army during the Second world War. His acting talents have attracted the attention of the unit of the special services of Maurice Evans, where Carl Reiner met him for the first time Howard Morris. In 1995, he was awarded the Laurel of the Writers ‘ Guild, a prestigious award for all of his career in writing television. In 2000, he won the prize Mark Twain for humor. In 2009, he was awarded the Valentine Davies, the WGA, recognizing his legacy in the field of writing, and his invaluable services to the guild, the entertainment industry and the community in general.
The wife of Carl Reiner, Estelle, with whom he had been married since 1943, died in 2008. In addition to his son, the filmmaker, Rob Reiner, he leaves behind his daughter, Sylvia Anne, and his son Lucas. And of course, a long successful career.
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