Seinfeld Actor Lou Cutell’s Cause of Death is Behind Shadows
It’s with a broken heart we inform you, prolific comic actor Lou Cutell passed away on November 21, 2021. Lou Cutell’s cause of death is still behind the shadow.
Cutell’s friend Mark Furman announced the heartbreaking news in a Facebook post on Monday; however, he did not reveal a cause of death.
“After 91 years and a great life, my friend Lou Cutell went home. A film, theater, and character actor. Big Larry in Pee Wee’s Big Adventure, Ass Man in Seinfeld, Abe in Grey’s Anatomy S12, E4,” Furman wrote.
He continued: “He took me to Lucille Ball’s house in 1986. Rest in peace, Lou.”
Cutell was born October 6, 1930, in New York to Sicilian parents. He moved to Los Angeles, California, where he received his bachelor’s degree from the University of California.
He began his career in 1961, starring in The Young Abe Lincoln musical, playing the role of “William Berry.”
In 1964 he began his television career as guest-starring in The Dick Van Dyke Show, playing the role of “Vinnie.” Cutell continued his career, mainly appearing in film and television over the years.
In the 1970s–1990s, he appeared and guest-starred in numerous film and television programs, including, The Love Boat, Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, Seinfeld, Alice, The Bob Newhart Show, Rhinoceros,
His other works include: The Wild Wild West, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, The World’s Greatest Lover, Barney Miller, The Odd Couple II, Pee-wee’s Big Adventure, The Black Marble, My Mom’s a Werewolf, and Bridget Loves Bernie.
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Cutell co-wrote and appeared in the Broadway play Sicilan Bachelor, in which he played the role of “Don Cola” in the 1990s–2000s. He co-wrote the play with Norma Helms and Tino Trischitta.
In 2010, he co-wrote with Joao Machado and starred in the Broadway play Viagara Falls. Lou played the role of “Charley Millhouse” and starred with Bernie Kopell, who played the role of “Moe Crubbs.”
The brilliant actor also still continued appearing in film and television. The star played a recurring role in Betty White’s Off Their Rockers and mainly guest-starred in television.
Shortly after the heartbreaking news of Lou Cutell’s death was revealed, several friends and social media users stated their condolences and paid poignant tributes to him.
One social media user wrote: “RIP Lou Cutell! He was a joy n anything you saw him in, notably as Amazing Larry and…the Assman!”
It is a difficult time for Cutell’s family and friends. Words cannot express our deep sorrow from the tragic death of the brilliant actor, and we ask you all to keep Lou, his family, his friends, and all of his loved ones in your thoughts through this agonizing time.