The famous American comedian, screenwriter and television producer Carl Reiner died at the age of 98. The causes of death are natural.
He began working as an actor on Broadway, then in the movies, but the most significant period of his career was the production of the legendary “Dick van Dyke Show,” which aired since the mid-50s.
He was also the creator of many comedies featuring Steve Martin, wrote several books. Estelle Lebost and his wife lived together for 65 years until her death in 2008.
In 2000, the Kennedy Center presented Rainer with the Mark Twain Award for his contribution to American humor.