Celebrities pay tribute Carl Reiner following news of his death: He leaves us with so much laughter

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Celebrities were quick to take to Twitter to pay their respects to Hollywood legendCarl Reiner. Best known for his work on The Dick Van Dyke Show, Reinerdied in Beverly Hills at age 98 due to natural causes, his assistantJudy Nagy confirmed to Fox News Tuesday. Throughout his legendary career in show business, Reiner earned countless awards, including several Emmys and a Grammy for best spoken comedy album alongside Mel Brooks for theiralbum The 2000 Year Old Man in the Year 2000. He remained working well into his 90s and earned great acclaim among his Hollywood cohorts. CARL REINER, 96, SAYS HE WANTS TO LIVE UNTIL 2020 TO VOTE TRUMP OUT OF OFFICESeveral of his friends in show business shared their condolences on Twitter shortly after news broke that Reiner had died. Among the first was his son, Rob Reiner, who called his late dad his "guiding light. ""Last night my dad passed away. As I write this my heart is hurting. He was my guiding light," he wrote. "Very sad to awake to the news [email protected] passed. There will forever only be one of him. May his memory be forever blessed. He leaves us with so much laughter. My heart goes out [email protected] the entire Reiner family," wrote Ed Asner. "My friend Carl Reiner died last night. His talent will live on for a long time, but the loss of his kindness and decency leaves a hole in our hearts. We love you, Carl," Alan Alda said. "We have lost the great Carl Reiner. My condolences to his family. He is irreplaceable," Joy Behar tweeted along with a photo of her and Reiner and Brooks. Stephen Colbert simply wrote: "The Greatest. ""RIP to the comedy legend Carl Reiner. who gave us so much laughter in film and TV, in front of and behind the camera. Apart from anything else, thank you for this, the most romantic bedroom scene of all time," director Edgar Wright tweeted, along with a funny clip from the Reiner-directed comedy "The Jerk. ""Comedy giant Carl
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