Comedian and Actor Garry Shandling passed away on Thursday at the age of 66.
Shandling was best known for his work on the pioneering 1990s cable comedy series, “The Larry Sanders Show”.
The performer suffered a heart attack according to his publicist.
Shandling began his showbiz career as a writer for TV sitcoms such as “Welcome Back, Kotter” and “Sanford and Son”.
“The Larry Sanders Show,” starred Shandling as the satirically exaggerated version of himself hosting a fictional late-night TV talk show…
Shandling won an Emmy in 1998 for his writing on the series finale.
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