SiriusXM Remembers Comedy Legend Carl Reiner, Dead At 98

Carl Reiner

BEVERLY HILLS, CA - MAY 17: Carl Reiner speaks onstage at the LA Premiere of "If You're Not In The Obit, Eat Breakfast" from HBO Documentaries on May 17, 2017 in Beverly Hills, California.

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SiriusXM is remembering the life and career of legendary comedian, actor, director, screenwriter, and author Carl Reiner, who died on Monday, July 29 in his Beverly Hills home. Join us in paying tribute to Reiner throughout the day as we revisit his exclusive interviews and funniest moments.

Reiner is considered one of the trailblazers of television comedy, most notably for creating and working on The Dick Van Dyke Show, for which he won five Emmy Awards. The multifaceted entertainer also formed a comedy duo with his longtime friend and fellow comedy icon Mel Brooks, creating the famous 2,000 Year Old Man comedy specials. Most recently, Reiner voiced Carl Reineroceros in Toy Story 4. Reiner, who passed away surrounded by his family, is survived by his children and grandchildren, including prolific actor, writer, and director Rob Reiner; poet, playwright, and author Annie Reiner; and painter, actor, and director Lucas Reiner.

Listen and watch special tributes to Carl Reiner On Demand, including his exclusive 2017 interview with Jeff Foxworthy for A Comic Mind and a 2013 SiriusXM Town Hall with Brooks.

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