The Chicago-born funnyman, whose career has spanned decades in the entertainment industry, is known for his turns with The Larry Sanders Show and It's Garry Shandling's Show. He died Thursday in Los Angeles after a “medical emergency.”
Isaak, like many others, was devastated at the news. “I am so sad to be writing this. I can't believe Gary is gone,” he writes in a message supplied from his reps to Billboard. “I was a huge fan and when I got the chance to work with him I was thrilled. The first time I saw him work, I was a fan. I ...
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