Charles Grodin, who starred in “Beethoven” and “Midnight Run,” died

The actor was 86.

American actor Charles Grodin died on Tuesday at the age of 86. The New York Times reported this.

Grodin became famous for his roles in such films as Catch-22 (1970), The Heartbreak Kid (1972), Midnight Run (1988), Beethoven (1992), and others. He also appeared in plays on Broadway. His most famous works are roles in the plays Tchin-Tchin (1962), Same Time Next Year (1975). Grodin also hosted his own talk show, The Charles Grodin Show.

In 1977, the actor won a primetime Emmy Award for his participation in writing the script for a mini-film dedicated to the musician Paul Simon.

According to Grodin’s son, the cause of death of the actor was bone marrow cancer.

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