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‘SCTV’ and ‘Freaks And Geeks’ actor and comedian Joe Flaherty has died, aged 82

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statement to Variety, which noted that Joe Flaherty died on Monday, April 1. According to Gudrun’s statement, Joe’s death comes after “a brief illness”.Her statement reads, per Variety: “After a brief illness, he left us yesterday, and since then, I’ve been struggling to come to terms with this immense loss.

Dad was an extraordinary man, known for his boundless heart and an unwavering passion for movies from the ’40s and ’50s. His insights into the golden age of cinema didn’t just shape his professional life; they were also a source of endless fascination for me.

In these last few months, as he faced his health challenges, we had the precious opportunity to watch many of those classic movies together — moments I will forever hold dear.”It is currently unclear what “brief illness” Joe Flaherty succumbed to.Flaherty, born in June 1941, made his acting debut in 1976 in the film Tunnel Vision, and the TV series The Sunshine Hour, The David Steinberg Show, and most famously, SCTV – also known as Second City Television with Martin Short, Catherine O’Hara, Eugene Levy and more.Over the course of the rest of his career, Flaherty would take on minor roles in films such as One Crazy Summer, Back To The Future Part II, Happy Gilmore, The Wrong Guy and Detroit Rock City.

Flaherty was more successful in TV however, starring as a series regular in series such as Maniac Mansion, Police Academy: The Series and Freaks And Geeks.Following the news of his death, several actors, comedians and Flaherty’s former co-stars have paid tributes to the late actor and comedian.Martin Short said in a statement to Variety: “In over 50 years of our friendship, there were very few people as wise or hilarious when it came to comedy, teaching.

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