In Los Angeles, comedy actor Fred Willard died at the age of 81. This was reported on Saturday, May 16, The Hollywood Reporter.
The actor died on May 15 for natural causes and surrounded by loved ones.
“He left in a very peaceful way. He kept moving, working, and making us happy until the very end. We loved him very much! We will always miss him,” said his daughter Hope.
Willard was nominated for an Emmy television award four times for his roles in Everybody Loves Raymond and Modern Family. He also played in “High Strung”, “American Pie”, “The Wedding Planner”, “Wall-E” and “Fifty Shades of Black”.
In addition, the series “Space Force” is scheduled for release on Netflix this month.