Audience remembers comedy legend Cloris Lichman: “Make us laugh”


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On Wednesday afternoon, condolences and fond memories abounded on social media after the death of numerous TV roles in the Mary Tyler Moore show and Oscar-winning screenwriter Cloris Lichman in The Last Photo Show.

Mostly female In “Young Frankenstein,” he played Frau Blucher was remembered for his funny cutlets (so angry fans must have heard the horse whistle).

Entertainment luminaries, including Ed Asner, George Takei, Bob Saget and John Stamos, were the first to react to Lichman’s passing at Encinitas House on Tuesday night. The pioneer actress was 94 years old.

“Always beautiful,” said Asner, who played Lou Grant, the head of news at Mary Tyler Moore. “I could not say anything about the greatness of my love for you. See you again, my dear. ”

Ellen DeGeneres, Jackie Harry, Stephen King, Reese Witherspoon and Steve Martin were also on the scales.

“Cloris Lichman had a razor sharp mind, and I always admired her,” Harry tweeted, sharing a photo of himself embracing the late actress. “Rest in peace, love.”

“She was an amazing firefighter and will be remembered for that,” actress Amber Tamblin, who worked with Leachman on the sitcom Joan of Arcadia, tweeted.

Actor Eddie McClintock piloted Lichman a few years ago. “He re-enacted all his favorite pieces from Young Frankenstein and High Anxiety. Then, one day during rehearsals, he spun us all around. It’s amazing. I’ll never forget him or him,” he tweeted.

Here is a summary of how his colleagues and other fans remembered him:


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