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'''Carl Reiner''' (b. 1922) is a comic director, writer and actor. He's known for creating ''[[Dick Van Dyke|The Dick Van Dyke Show]]'' (1960-66), and for his collaborations with [[Steve Martin]] and [[Mel Brooks]].
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'''Carl Reiner''' (b. 1922) is a comic director, writer and actor. He's known for creating ''[[he Dick Van Dyke Show]]'' (1960-66) and for his collaborations with [[Steve Martin]] and [[Mel Brooks]].
   
 
In 1979, he made a brief appearance in the special ''[[The Muppets Go Hollywood]]''. He later voiced Shep in the [[Jim Henson Pictures]] production ''[[Good Boy!]]''
 
In 1979, he made a brief appearance in the special ''[[The Muppets Go Hollywood]]''. He later voiced Shep in the [[Jim Henson Pictures]] production ''[[Good Boy!]]''

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Carlreiner

Carl Reiner (b. 1922) is a comic director, writer and actor. He's known for creating he Dick Van Dyke Show (1960-66) and for his collaborations with Steve Martin and Mel Brooks.

In 1979, he made a brief appearance in the special The Muppets Go Hollywood. He later voiced Shep in the Jim Henson Pictures production Good Boy!

Reiner's son is actor and director Rob Reiner.

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