Martin Mull, comedian and actor of ‘Clue’ and ‘Roseanne,’ dies at 80

His daughter announced the news Friday, writing that he had died “after a valiant battle against a long illness.”

Martin Mull, The Comedian and actor known for his roles Clue, Roseanne And Arrested DevelopmentHe passed away at the age of 80.

His daughter, Maggie Mull, announced the news Friday, writing, “I am heartbroken to share that my father passed away at home on June 27th after a valiant battle against a long illness.” He added, “He excelled in every creative field imaginable and was known for starring in commercials for Red Roof. He would find that comedy funny. He was never funny.

“My dad will be deeply missed by his wife and daughter, his friends and co-workers, fellow artists and comedians and musicians, and—the hallmark of a truly exceptional person—many, many dogs,” Maggie continued. “I loved him so much.”


Mull received recognition for his role Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman and its cycle Fernwood 2 night. He later had a series of appearances on Nineties shows as the lead Willard Croft Sabrina, the teenage witch and as a friend of boss Leon Karp and Roseanne Connor (Roseanne Barr). Roseanne.

The comic is known for his memorable character Arrested Development He received an Emmy nomination in 2016 for his portrayal of private detective Gene Parmesan and Bob “The Eagle” Bradley. Veep.

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