Jerry Van Dyke Dead at 86

Jerry Van Dyke Dead at 86

Jerry Van Dyke, the actor and comedian who played lead or second banana in such TV series as "Coach" and "My Mother the auto", has died. According to the website, she noted his health had been deteriorating since they were both in a auto accident more than two years ago. Van Dyke's career included the distinction of being Judy Garland's co-star on The Judy Garland Show, the late '60s series Accidental Family and the lead human role in the infamous sitcom My Mother the vehicle.

Van Dyke appeared on The Dick Van Dyke show, one of his earliest appearances as Stacey Petrie in 1962. Van Dyke's work on the show earned him four Emmy nominations for supporting actor. Coach Luther Van Dam with Craig T Nelson.

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The entertainer's last role was as on the ABC sitcom The Middle where he played grandfather Tag Spence. Jerry Van Dyke's wife Shirley Ann Jones told the Times that his health had been deteriorating since he was in a traffic accident back in 2015.

He is survived by his older brother Dick Van Dyke as well as numerous children and grandchildren.

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