Martin Konigsberg, the father of Woody Allen, has died. He was 100.
Konigsberg died Monday, Allen Eichhorn, a spokesman for Allen, confirmed today.
On Sunday, the Daily News quoted the filmmaker as saying that a family doctor had told him his father "could pass a draft physical tomorrow."
Konigsberg, who turned 100 on Dec. 25, was a former restaurant waiter and jewelry engraver.
"My father is a classic example of a guy who smoked two packs a day since he was 16," said Allen, who was born Allen Stewart Konigsberg. "Eats two eggs for breakfast and meat for dinner seven days a week, dishes of ice cream before bed at night."
Along with his son, Konigsberg is survived by his wife of nearly 70 years, Nettie Konigsberg; his daughter, film producer Letty Aronson; eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.