Louie Anderson : Emmy-winning comedian, dead at 68 Wiki, Bio, Age, Death

Louie Anderson

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Who was Louie Anderson?

Louis Perry “Louie” Anderson was an American comedian, actor, author, and game show host. Anderson created the Life with Louie cartoon series and wrote four books, including Hey Mom: Stories for My Mother, But You Can Read Them Too, which was published in 2018. Wikipedia

Louie Anderson Age

He was Born: March 24, 1953, Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States

Louie Anderson Died:

January 21, 2022 (Las Vegas, Nevada, United States)
Media: Stand-up, film, television

Louie Anderson Family

Brothers: Tommy Anderson
Parents: Louis William Anderson, Ora Zella Anderson

Louie Anderson, a longtime game show and comic book host who won an Emmy for her supporting role as Christine Baskets on the FX series “Baskets,” has died at age 68.

Louie Anderson is dead.

She died in Las Vegas after undergoing treatment for diffuse large B-cell lymphoma. Her publicist said she “passed away peacefully” on Friday morning in a statement to The Post.

Perhaps best known for her brilliant and subversive role in the 1988 comedy “Coming to America,” she landed the role of the only white person on the groundbreaking sitcom. Anderson attributed it to his Midwestern good boy roots.

His role as Maurice, McDowell’s seemingly affable employee, produced one of comedy’s most iconic soliloquies. “Hey, I started out mopping the floor like you guys. But now…now I’m washing lettuce,” said Maurice, miserable Anderson, with withering determination.

“Soon I’ll be with fries; then the grill. In a yaer or two, I’ll be assistant manager, and that’s when a lot of money starts coming in.”

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