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Carl Reiner Net Worth: Carl Reiner was an American comedian, actor, director, and writer who had a net worth of $70 million dollars at the time of his death in 2020. Reiner was honored with several awards during his decades-long Hollywood career, including 11 Emmys, a Grammy, and The Mark Twain Prize for American Humor. Throughout his career, Carl performed in multiple Broadway musicals, movies, and films, such as “Alive and Kicking” (1950), “The Dick Van Dyke Show” (1961–1966), and “It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World” (1963). Reiner collaborated with Steve Martin numerous times, directing “The Jerk” (1979), “Dead Men Don’t Wear Plaid” (1982), “The Man with Two Brains” (1983), and “All of Me” (1984); he also co-wrote “Dead Men Don’t Wear Plaid” and “The Man with Two Brains” and had a memorable role in “The Jerk.” Carl was an accomplished author as well, publishing more than 25 books, including “My Anecdotal Life: A Memoir” (2003), “NNNNN: A Novel” (2006), and “I Remember Me” (2012).
How did Carl Reiner die?
Carl Reiner's death was caused by natural causes.
On June 29, 2020, Reiner died from natural causes at his home in Beverly Hills, California at the age of 98.
|Cause of death||Natural Causes|
|Age of death||98 years|
|Profession||Actor, Comedian, Film Director, Film Producer, Screenwriter, Television Director, Television Producer, Voice Actor, Writer|
|Birthday||March 20, 1922|
|Death date||June 29, 2020|
|Place of death||Beverly Hills, California, United States|
|Place of burial||N/A|
"I need to see a woman president in my lifetime. Or the first Jewish president."Carl Reiner
"I love tweeting."Carl Reiner
"When I was 20-something, 30, I fell down a flight of stairs and hurt my back. I went to a therapist who said don't get out of bed until you do certain stretches, and I've been doing them ever since. I guess I'm the original yogi."Carl Reiner
"Comedians are really writers who don't have pens and pencils about them, but they riff."Carl Reiner
"There's nothing more satisfying than having an idea and seeing it through to find out that, not only did you like it, but the audience and critics all seemed to agree."Carl Reiner