Legendary sitcom creator Norman Lear dead at 101


Norman Lear, the legendary creator of sitcoms including “All in the Family,” died Tuesday. He was 101.

A spokeswoman for the family, Lara Bergthold, confirmed the news to the New York Times Wednesday, sharing that Lear died at his home in Los Angeles.

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His cause of death was not immediately known.

Norman Lear
The legendary sitcom creator died on Dec. 5. Getty Images

Lear’s iconic TV shows also included “Sanford and Son,” “One Day at a Time,” “The Jeffersons” and “Good Times.”

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