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Friends, Fans Celebrate the Life of Garry Shandling
The comedian became a household name with his groundbreaking show, "The Larry Sanders Show."
Comedians Reflect on the Passing of Garry Shandling
The comedian and actor behind " Larry Sanders" is remembered by his peers on Twitter.
Remembering Famed Comedian Garry Shandling
The actor and producer was best known for his HBO hit series, "The Larry Sanders Show."
Comedian Garry Shandling Dies at 66
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Comic Garry Shandling Dies at 66
The actor, comedian and creator of "The Larry Sanders Show" died at the age of 66 in Los Angeles.
Garry Shandling Has Died at 66, Police Say
Famed comedian Garry Shandling has died at 66, ABC News has confirmed. According to Los Angeles Police Officer Tony Kim, the comedian was pronounced dead at an L.A.-area hospital Thursday. Shandling, known for "The Larry Sanders Show," was born in Chicago and got his first break in 1973, when he
Sally Field Talks About Diversity and Hollywood
The popular actress gets candid about whether or not Hollywood will ever be open to minorities.
Inside Harper Lee and Truman Capote's Friendship
Two of the best-known authors in American literary history started out as best friends. Harper Lee , who died today at age 89, and Truman Capote , who died in 1984, grew up spending a great deal of time together as young children and, their friendship lasted for decades. Over time, however, things
Animal Antics With Jack Hanna
Hanna looks back at the best and funniest animal moments from 40 years of "GMA."
George Brett, Bret Saberhagen, Buddy Biancalana ... where are they now?
The Kansas City Royals held a fantasy camp this year that reunited many players from their 1985 championship team. That World Series was 30 years ago, but as '85 alumnus Mark Gubcza said, "It was like it was five seconds ago." "We were still telling the same stories, joking around and busting each