Director and Comedian Carl Reiner dies at 98

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He was one of the formative figures of the American Comedy scene, invented the Sitcom classic “The Dick Van Dyke Show” and directed the Comedy “Dead men don’t wear plaid”. At the age of 98 years, the actor, Comedian and Director Carl Reiner has died at home in Beverly Hills of natural causes. This was announced by his assistant, Judy Nagy. Reiner is also the father of Director Rob Reiner (“When Harry Met Sally”, “Stand By Me”).
Carl Reiner was born in the Bronx. Early on, he performed in Shakespeare’s plays. When he was drafted in the Second world war, and entertainment should develop shows to strengthen the troops ‘ morale, he turned to, however, komödiantischem Material. After the war, he returned to his home city of New York, where he appeared in several Musicals on Broadway.
In the fifty years he was lured away from the television and was both as an actor and as a writer for the sketch show “Your Show of Shows” and. There he met the comedian Mel Brooks, a life-long friendship. With the Comedy “The Dick Van Dyke Show” was Pure once-and-famous – not, as originally intended, as a main performer, but as a writer and producer, as well as in the role of Alan Brady.
For his work as a writer and producer Reiner was awarded with the Emmy. As he appeared three decades later, as Alan Brady in the Sitcom “Mad about you”, there was also a Emmy for his acting.
As a Director of Pure by set later. His collaborations with Steve Martin, including “wealth is no disgrace” and “Dead men don’t wear plaid” to his greatest achievements. After long periods of inactivity in the eighties, Reiner finally took the acting and was Helped, among other things, in the “Ocean’s”trilogy and in the series “Ally McBeal”, “Two and a half Men” and “Hot in Cleveland”.
His last appearance was in 2019 as a voice in “Toy Story 4” for a character that was named after him: Carl Reineroceros.
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