Comedian and showbiz legend Carl Reiner died June 29, 2020 at his Beverly Hills home, according to TMZ. Reiner was 98 years old when he died and the cause of death was listed as “natural causes.
Carl Reiner seemed to have talent in everything he did. Throughout his prolific career, he worked as an actor, director, producer and writer for TMZ and won a Grammy and 9 Emmy Awards.
Carl Reiner – who was a World War II veteran – rose to fame by appearing on Sid Caesar’s Your Show of Shows with his frequent comic collaborator Mel Brooks, according to Variety. He later created The Dick Van Dyke Show, where Reiner played Alan Brady, a grumpy comedian who got cheeky with Dick Van Dyke’s character and the show’s other leads.
Carl Reiner married his wife, Estelle Reiner, in 1943 and they stayed together until her death in 2008, according to TMZ. Together, they shared three children: Rob Reiner, director and activist, as well as Sylvia Anne and Lucas.
There is much to remember and keep in mind as we look back on this remarkable figure’s incredible career. And looking at how hard he’s worked his entire life, it’s no wonder that in the end he ended up with a truly impressive and well-deserved net worth.
Carl Reiner Had Some İmpressive Credits
Carl Reiner always seemed to have a project going on. Really, his involvement in film and television was endless. TMZ reports that he had over 400 credits! His IMDb page is huge, and even after his early years with Sid Caesar and Mel Brooks, he directed classic films like The Jerk and Oh, God! He was also a prolific actor, appearing in movies like Slums of Beverly Hills and Ocean’s 11, as well as popular TV shows like Mad About You, Parks and Recreation, and Two and a Half Men. He also recently provided a voice for Toy Story 4 as a toy rhino named Carl Reineroceros.
With all this remarkable work and public influence, it’s no wonder that Reiner has an estimated net worth of $70 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. That’s really impressive! Rest in peace, Carl Reiner. We’ll miss you.