Richard Erdman has passed away at the age of 93. He is best known for being a wonderful character actor who had a long and successful career in Hollywood.
He spent more than seven-decades in the entertainment industry. His close friend, Alan Rode, confirmed the news of his passing on Twitter. He was best known for his time spent on "The Twilight Zone" and the "Community" series.
"Fellow 'Community' actor Yvette Nicole Brown also took to Twitter, writing, 'I knew the day we’d have to say goodbye to this lovely man would come sooner than any of us were ready. But knowing that doesn’t make it any easier. #RichardErdman was JOY walking. Anyone who saw him on @CommunityTV gleefully stealing every scene he was in knows that’s true,'" wrote Fox.
Erdman was originally from Oklahoma. He started acting in 1940 and appeared in a number of comedies and musicals.
In addition to recurring roles on “Lou Grant” and “Perry Mason,” he had guest appearances on dozens of series of the 1960s and ’70s, including “Love, American Style,” “That Girl,” “I Dream of Jeannie,” “The Beverly Hillbillies” and “The Six Million Dollar Man" and others, according to Fox.
Erdman also did some voice acting. He used his vocal talents for “The Smurfs,” “Scooby-Doo” and “Duck Tales.” His film roles ranged from film noir “Cry Danger” to musical “Anything Goes” to military drama “Tora! Tora! Tora!”
Please join us in praying for his family and friends during this sad time.
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