Carl Reiner, the iconic entertainer whose Hollywood career spanned seven decades, is being remembered after his death Monday at age 98.
Carl Reiner, the writer, producer, director and actor who was part of Sid Caesar's legendary team and went on to create "The Dick Van Dyke Show" and direct several hit films, has died. He was 98. He died of natural causes on Monday night at his home in Beverly Hills, his assistant Judy Nagy confirmed […]
"We just have to grin and bear it," says Brooks, who used to dine nightly with his fellow comedy legend, of social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic.
The 95-year-old entertainer regales us with behind-the-scenes stories from his Steve Martin movies, his friendship with Mel Brooks, and his ongoing creative output.
In his film, Carl Reiner tals with celebrities over the age of 90 to learn how they have stayed happy and healthy.
Life-expectancy rates continue to increase. That’s not only good news for each of us individually, but also collectively as a culture that dreads having to say goodbye to those we cherish.
Some 56 years ago, Carl Reiner created The Dick Van Dyke Show and launched the career of the titular star and his on-screen wife, Mary Tyler Moore, who passed away on Wednesday at the age of 80.
Netflix has been on a comedy spending spree, shoveling out huge sums of cash for standup specials from Chris Rock, Dave Chapelle, Amy Schumer, and now Jerry Seinfeld. The production deal also calls for 24 new episodes of Seinfeld’s hit series, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.