Now fans can say goodbye to Fred Willard. A few weeks ago it became known that the actor died at the age of 86. He has been in front of the camera since the 1970s and was best known for his appearances in “Murder is Her Hobby” and Clueless. Most recently, Willard participated in the Sitcom Modern Family. An exact cause of death was not yet known. However, this should now emerge from his death certificate.
According to the document that TMZ Fred died because of a heart attack: Accordingly, the comedian suffered a cardiac arrest. The causes are myelodysplastic syndrome – a chronic bone marrow disease – and coronary heart disease. The death certificate should also state that Fred was once a veteran of the US Armed Forces and then worked in the entertainment business for a total of 60 years. He is said to be buried in the Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Los Angeles.
His daughter Hope first confirmed the death and addressed touching words to her late father: “He was on the move, worked and made us happy to the end. We loved him so much. We will miss him forever.” The TV star follows his wife, who died two years ago at the age of 71.
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