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Harvey Korman

Born: 1927-02-15 - Died: 2008-05-29
Cause of Death:
ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm

Death Summary: On May 29, 2008 Korman died at UCLA Medical Center from an abdominal aortic aneurysm he had been suffering with for four months. Korman was 81 years old.

He is interred at Woodlawn Cemetery in Santa Monica, California.

Who was Harvey Korman : Korman was a well-known comedic actor with numerous roles for both the big and small screens.

His big break came when he was offered to become a featured performer on "The Danny Kaye Show". The popularity he gained on that show propelled him to the hit show "The Carol Burnett Show". Korman's award winning stint on the show is what he's most remembered for.

Some of his earlier work included voice-over wok on shows such as "Tom and Jerry" and "The Flintstones".

Below you can see one of his most famous sketches from The Carol Burnett Show.

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  1. bob bennett Says:

    he was great loved to watch him in the carol burnett show.

  2. JOSEPH Says:

    He was and is my favorite i’LL miss him

  3. Kathy Tickell Says:

    Harvey, May you RIP. Thank you for the laughs!
    Once you got giggling with the crew on the Carol Brunett show, you just couldn’t stop the giggling, you just had to look at each other and that was it. I know you had me laughing so hard watching you struggle to not laugh:) You are sadly missed by all.
    Kathy (Ontario Canada)

  4. Michelle Says:

    Funny man and funny bunch on that Carol Burnett Show..You guys were the best when you tried to hide your own laughter..that was the funniest part. I wish they would air the show more often..Actually I only saw it a few times in many years..God Bless!

  5. Patrick Cooney Says:

    It was my sincere privilege to have known Harvey, who was the most professional AND generous individual that I have known in the entertainment industry. RIP Mr. Norman…
    Patrick Cooney
    Los Angeles

  6. Clint Says:

    Mr.Korman never looked like a comedian but, he was a damn good one !~!!!

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