Bob Elliott, an actor best known as one half of radio and TV comedy duo Bob and Ray, has sadly died. He was 92-years-old.
Bob passed away at his Cundy's Harbor, Maine home on Tuesday, Feb. 2, his son, Goundhog Day actor Chris Elliott, confirmed to The New York Times.
Bob (left) and Ray (right) in April 1952. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
The late comedian is most recognized for his partnership with Ray Goulding, whom he co-hosted NBC's Bob & Ray with from 1951 to 1953. Bob and Ray — who died at age 68 from kidney failure in March 1990 — later starred together on The Tonight Show and The Ed Sullivan Show.
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Bob is survived by his five children — Chris, Colony Elliott Santangelo, Amy Elliott Andersen, Shannon Elliott and Robert Elliott Jr. — 11 grandchildren, including former Saturday Night Live star Abby Elliott, and five great-grandchildren.
Our thoughts are with the Elliott family during this difficult time.
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