American actor Charles Grodin died at age 86. This was announced Tuesday, May 18, the New York Times.
According to the artist’s son, the cause of death was bone marrow cancer.
It is reported that the actor died at his home in Wilton, Connecticut.
Grodin is known for his roles in such films as “Heartbreaker,” “Time for Midnight,” “Catch-22,” “Beethoven” and others. The actor has also been active in Broadway productions. In addition, Grodin participated in writing the screenplay for a mini-movie about musician Paul Simon, for which he won a primetime Emmy Award in 1977.