Charles Grodin was an American famous Actor and writer. He was 86 and died at his home due to bone marrow cancer.
His death was confirmed by his son Nicholas Grodin. He died due to bone marrow cancer Tuesday at his home in Wilton.
He served as the comic character. In 1972, Grodin credited May’s direction of “The Heartbreak Kid”. Heaven Can Wait and Midnight Run are comedy plays which became a familiar face for Charles Grodin.
In 1968 and 1974 directed plays “Lovers and Other Stranger” and “Thieves”. He got big success opposite Ellen Burstyn as an annual philanderer in 1975.
He also wrote lots of books including “It Would Be So Nice If You Weren’t Here: My Journey Through Show Business”,-1989, “How I Get Through Life: A wise and Witty Guide”-1992, etc