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Actor Fred Willard of “Everybody Loves Raymond” Died a Natural Death

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Actor Fred Willard of “Everybody Loves Raymond” Died a Natural Death as so many actors and comedians took to their Twitter page to express their condolences.

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Frederick Charles Willard (September 18, 1933 – May 15, 2020) he was an American actor, comedian, and writer. He was best known for his roles in the Rob Reiner mockumentary film This Is Spinal Tap; the Christopher Guest mockumentary films Waiting for Guffman and Everybody Loves Raymond.

According to CNN, Actor Fred Willard of “Everybody Loves Raymond” Died a Natural Death at the age of 86.

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“He kept moving, working and making us Happy until the very end. We loved him so very much! We will miss him forever” Hope said.

He died 2 years after his wife Mary Willard died.

Mary Willard died in 2018 when she was only 71 years of age.

Fellow actors and comedian have all gone to their Twitter page to honour him.

One of my favorite lines in a movie ever was delivered by Fred Willard in BEST IN SHOW, after a naughty dog went after the judge: “He went after her like she was made of ham.” This man was so brilliant and he elevated the flicks and TV shows in which he popped up. RIP, Funny Man!” filmmaker Kevin Smith said on Twitter.

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Fellow actors and comedian have all gone to their Twitter page to honour him.

“There was no man sweeter or funnier. We were so lucky to know Fred Willard and will miss his many visits,” Jimmy Kimmel tweeted. Willard had appeared on Kimmel’s late-night talk show after the death of his wife.

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“Fred Willard was the funniest person that I’ve ever worked with. He was a sweet, wonderful man,” fellow comedian Steve Carell said in a tribute on Twitter.

“How lucky that we all got to enjoy Fred Willard’s gifts. He is with his missed Mary now. Thanks for the deep belly laughs Mr. Willard,” actress Jamie Lee Curtis tweeted.

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