Lyle Waggoner, best known for his work on The Carol Burnett Show and Wonder Woman, died at age 84 on Tuesday, March 17, Closer Weekly confirms. Closer Weekly has affiliate partnerships so we may receive compensation for some links to products and services. “In walked Lyle Waggoner,” she recalled in her 2010 book, “This Time Together.” “Gorgeous? the statement released by the family said. All images are used with permission or licensed.

Although Lyle’s two sons didn’t follow in his acting footsteps, he did teach them a thing or two about his manufacturing and supplying company.

He eventually had hundreds of them, customized to meet special requests. That gave rise to Star Waggons, which were up to 40 feet long, cost as much as $100,000 and included carpeting, leather easy chairs and satellite television.

“Now we have these 40-foot, eight-station electronic slide-out rooms with surround sound and CD players.” “Our job is to spoil the actors.”, Waggoner continued to perform occasionally, appearing in TV specials starring old pal Burnett and guest starring on shows such as “Murder, She Wrote,” “Ellen” and “Love Boat.”.

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The manufacturing and supplying company known for its customized trailers was created after Lyle bought his first motorhome to lease out to the producers on the set of Wonder Woman. Lyle Waggoner, known for his work on "The Carol Burnett Show" and "Wonder Woman," has died at the age of 84. To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs. After landing a guest role in western TV series Gunsmoke, he played Steve Trevor in Lynda Carter‘s Wonder Woman show. (Photo by Bobby Bank/Getty Images). In the mid-1960s, the Kansas-born Waggoner was appearing in run-of-the-mill movies such as “Swamp Country” and “The Catalina Caper” and was a finalist to play “Batman” in the campy TV series that eventually starred Adam West. Some of his most notable sketches include being interrogated by a Nazi and his finger puppet and playing a love-lorn man in “As The Stomach Turns,” a slave master in “The Oldest Man,” Olympian Mark Spitz to Burnett’s Charo, and an alien known as the Jolly Green Thing. Completing the solid package was a great, muscular build, smooth charm, and an almost perfect set of teeth. Jihoon tells Deavan to go back to America on 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way — Are... died in New York City earlier in the month, Johnny Depp loses ‘wife beater’ libel case against The Sun: Judge rules actor abused ex-wife Amber Heard, Travis Scott deleted his Instagram account after getting trolled over his Batman costume for Halloween, Who is Sue Bird? Waggoner, who was battling cancer, died peacefully Tuesday at his Los Angeles-area home with his wife of 60 years, Sharon, at his side, according to a family statement.

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