The beloved Uncle Leo from the television show “Seinfeld”, actor Len Lesser, recently passed away at the age of 88 at his home in Burbank, California. According to reports, the cause of death was due to cancer-related pneumonia.
His daughter released a statement about her father’s death, in which she said, “Heaven got a great comedian and actor today.
Thank you to all the people who helped make my father’s last journey special, and surrounded with love. The doctors, nurses, and staff have been outstanding, and Dad was in phenomenal hands. His passing was peaceful, with great dignity, and surrounded by those who loved him dearly.”
Lesser was a well-known comedian who appeared in numerous other television roles. Most recently he was involved in the television series “Castle”, but was also featured in “Get Smart”, “That Girl”, “The Munsters”, “The Monkees”, “thirtysomething”, “ER”, and “Everybody Loves Raymond”. He was also featured in a few movies, like “Outlaw Josey Wales”, “Kelly’s Heroes”, “Birdman of Alcatraz”, and “Death Hunt”.
The actor leaves behind his daughter Michele, his son David and daughter-in-law, Julie, as well as his three grandchildren, Jonathan, Kayla, and Mayah.*Sponsored Links*