Ken Osmond Dead - 'Leave It to Beaver' Star's Obituary

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According to Variety, Osmond is said to have died surrounded by his family.

Osmond's cause of death is not yet known. "He had his family gathered around him when he passed", his son, Eric, said in a statement. "He was loved and will be very missed".

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Il reprendra sa carrière solo avec l'album Lucky Strikes en 1989 et connaitra plusieurs succès en France signant d'ailleurs sur le label de Francis Dreyfus chez qui il sort l'album Black Midnight Sun en 2003.

Osmond also served as a police officer.

Ken Osmond, best known to TV viewers as Leave It to Beaver suck-up Eddie Haskell, has died, Osmond's manager confirms to TVLine.

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The role of Eddie in season one of "Leave It to Beaver" was also supposed to be a one-off guest appearance, but the show's producers and its audience found him so memorable he became a regular, appearing in almost 100 of the show's 234 episodes. The teenage character was a friend of Beaver's (Jerry Mathers) older brother Wally (Tony Dow) and was notorious for the way he'd pretend to be the flawless child in the presence of adults, while acting out when they weren't around. He appeared in feature films C'mon Let's Live a Little and With Six You Get Eggroll but found himself typecast as Eddie Haskell.

In the intervening years, Osmond worked for the Los Angeles Police Department.

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During his role, it was reported that he was shot in a chase with a suspected vehicle thief in 1980 but was protected by his bulletproof vest. In 1980, Osmond was struck by five bullets while in a foot chase with a suspected vehicle thief and was protected from four of the bullets by his bullet-resistant vest, with the fifth bullet ricocheting off of his belt buckle Osmond was placed on disability and eventually retired from the force in 1988.

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