The Comedy Titan or the most revered comedians who made the most phenomenal mark on the small screen has died at 98. Carl Reiner died of natural cause at his home in Beverly Hills, California
It seems the comedy king was aware of his deteriorating health and that’s why he took to twitter to write fondly about his life.
“Nothing pleases me more than knowing that I lived the best life possible,”
Dick Van Dyke also posted a recent photo of him along with his friend and captioned it as ‘ We Love You So Much’.
Dan did marvelous comedy work In his early career that still seems funny and relatable. His bestselling album ‘ “2,000 Year Old Man,” was based on the comedy routine with Mei Brooks.
During his last days of life, he was full of life and remained socially active. For the celebration of brook’s birthday, the pair doomed black lives t-shirt in a photo with Reiner’s daughter.
Carl Reiner, Comedy Legend, and ‘Dick Van Dyke Show’ was one of the finest actors, writers, publishers with a career that spanned more than seven decades. His Comedy Due to Mei Brooks was marvelous, he acted in many blockbuster films of his time.
Sneak Peak to the life of Carl Reiner, Comedy Legend and ‘Dick Van Dyke Show
He was born on March 20, 1922, his mother was from Romania and father from Austria. Reiner’s brother served in the 90th division of world war II. He was inspired by Harry Mathias, the first entertainer of his family. He in his life was drafted to the military and served in world war II and eventually got the rank of Corporal.
He was initially trained for radio reporter but later sent to the university for a french interpreter. In 1958, he wrote initial episodes of television series that were based on his personal and professional life and titled it as ‘Head of the Family’.
Later the show retitled as The Dick Van Dyke Show and became the most-watched and iconic series of all time starring Dick Van Dyke and Mary Tyler Moore.
He was married to Estelle Lebost, his wife was eight years older than him, and they remain married for 64 years until Estelle died in 2008. He has children Rob Reiner, Annie Reiner, and Lucas Reiner (b. 1960).
He was a Jewish Atheist and said in 2013 developing a strong Atheist viewpoint, “I have a very different take on who God is. Man invented God because he needed him. God is us.”