We are deeply saddened and shocked to share the appalling news of the passing of popular American film, television and theatre actor Lou Cuttel. He is best known for his spectacular performance as Amazing Larry in 1985 Pee-wee’s Big Adventure. The actor died at the age of 91 on 21 November 2021 in Los Angeles, California, U.S. All of his family members and fans are mourning his death. This unpleasant incident has been shared by his friend Mark Furman through Facebook. He wrote, “After 91 years, and a great life, my friend Lou Cutell went home.” Get more information regarding Lou Cuttel death here.
Apart from playing Amazing Larry in Pee-wee’s Big Adventure, he is also known for his other impeccable performances including proctologist Dr Assman Cooperman in ‘Seinfeld’ and Dr Brainard in another renowned sitcom ‘Honey I Shrunk the kids’. After the announcement of his death by Furman, all of his fans and other significant Hollywood personalities are sending their condolence to his family and also paying tribute to the deceased. As of now, none of the statements has been made that clears Cuttel’s prominent death reason. The information is being reviewed we will get back to you soon with this.
Who was Lou Cutell?
Besides, Lou Cutell was born on 6 October 1930 in New York City, US to Sicilian parents. He grew up in Los Angeles California where he also completed his graduation and received his bachelor’s degree at the University of California. Later he got engaged in the entertainment industry and debuted his career in 1961, he first appeared in the Broadway play The Young Abe Lincoln essayed the role of ‘William Berry’ for which he received favourable words of mouth from the audience. After that, he turned to television shows and started his journey with the role of ‘Vinnie’ in The Dick Van Dyke Show.’
He continued with the television shows and earned worldwide fame with some incredible television shows including Seinfeld, The Love Boat, Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, Alice, The Bob Newhart Show, Rhinoceros and much more. From the 1990s to 2000s, Cutell engaged in co-writing a show titled Broadway play Viagara falls along with Joao Macado and also featured as ‘Charley Millhouse’ shared screen with Bernie Kopell in the same show. He last appeared in Grey’s Anatomy in 2015.
He served his complete life entertaining the people and now he returned to the almighty. Our thoughts, supports, and prayers are with his family. We hope that the pure soul will rest in peace. Stay tuned with Social Telecast for more information and all the latest entertainment updates.