Carl Reiner, actor, writer and creator of The Dick Van Dyke Show, has died at the age of 98.
He died of natural causes on Monday at his Beverly Hills Home, his assistant confirmed to Variety.
Reiner first rose to fame as a regular cast member of Sid Caesar's Your Show of Shows which saw him pick up two Emmys in 1956 and 1957.
In his long career, Reiner won nine Emmy Awards overall with five of them being for The Dick Van Dyke Show which he created, wrote, produced and starred in.
His other accolades include a Grammy Award for Best Comedy Album in 1998 with The 2000 Year Old Man in the Year 2000.
Reiner's later roles included playing Saul Bloom in the Ocean's Eleven film trio, while in 2019 he provided the voice for Carl Reinerocerous in Toy Story 4.
He also did voice work for Bob's Burgers, The Cleveland Show and The Penguins of Madagascar.
After receiving his first director credit for 1967 comedy Enter Laughing, he went on to direct films such as The Jerk, Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid and All of Me.
He married wife Estelle in 1943 and the pair were together for 64 years before her 2008 death. They had two sons, filmmaker Rob Reiner and director Lucas Reiner and writer daughter Annie Reiner.
Estelle was well known for delivering the iconic 'I'll have what she's having' line in When Harry Met Sally, which was directed by son Rob.
Reiner is survived by his three children.