Tim Conway, star of the ‘Carol Burnett Show,’ dies at 85

Tim Conway dies comedian’s comedian and ‘Carol Burnett Show’ star was 85

Tim Conway at home in 2013

"He is at peace now but I will miss him every second of every day until we meet again in heaven".

The Willoughby native passed away Tuesday morning in Los Angeles after a long illness, according to Howard Bragman, who heads LaBrea Media.

The actor is best known for his work on "The Carol Burnett Show" where he cracked his castmates up with his signature deadpan comic delivery.

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People reports Conway faced complicates from Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus and showed no signs of dementia or Alzheimer's.

While on Carol Burnett, he created wildly popular characters including Mr. Tudball and The Oldest Man, and Conway also prided himself on trying to make his co-stars crack up during sketches. He won two more Emmys for guest appearances on Coach and 30 Rock.

Conway first found television fame on the 1960s comedy "McHale's Navy" playing Ensign Parker, a befuddled by-the-book officer in a group of unconventional sailors in the Pacific during World War Two.

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Conway's later work included voicing a character on SpongeBob SquarePants and the show paid tribute to its Barnacle Boy. I said I will tell you what.

He appeared as a guest star on The Carol Burnett Show for eight seasons before becoming a regular in 1975. "Wait until Vicki Lawrence's a-bomb ad-lib at the end", wrote Patton Oswalt, accompanied with a video of some Carol Burnett Show outtakes.

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