George Carlin Show co-creator Patrick Carlin dies
Screenwriter Patrick Carlin, co-creator of The George Carlin Show, died at the age of 90. This was announced on social networks by his niece Kelly.
“My dear Uncle Patrick is dead. He was a philosopher and a tough guy,” wrote a relative.
Patrick Carlin wrote for The George Carlin Show in the 1990s – he was the brother of a popular stand-up comedian who passed away in 2008. Carlin Sr. also hosted radio station KROQ and most recently hosted the Patrick’s
Hollywood-Stock Connection podcast. He left two sons with his wife, Marlene, who passed away last year. Their marriage lasted over 60 years.
Earlier it became known about the death of music producer Art Roop, who launched the careers of Sam Cooke, Lloyd Price, and Little Richard.
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