Martin Mull, Comic Actor Who Starred in ‘Mary Hartman,’ Dies at 80

Martin Mull, the versatile comic actor known for his dry wit and deadpan delivery, has passed away at the age of 80. Mull, who starred in the cult classic TV series “Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman,” as well as a number of films and other television shows, leaves behind a legacy of laughter and entertainment that will be cherished by fans for years to come.

Born in Chicago in 1943, Mull began his career as a stand-up comedian before breaking into television and film in the 1970s. He quickly established himself as a talented and unique performer, known for his sharp comedic timing and distinctive style. Mull’s breakout role came in 1976, when he was cast as Garth Gimble in the groundbreaking television series “Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman.” As Garth, Mull played a lovable but clueless husband who was constantly getting himself into absurd and hilarious situations.

Mull’s performance on “Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman” earned him critical acclaim and a loyal fan base. He went on to star in a number of other TV shows and films, including “Fernwood 2 Night,” “Roseanne,” and “Sabrina the Teenage Witch.” Mull’s dry humor and deadpan delivery made him a favorite among audiences, and he was often lauded for his ability to bring a sense of wit and charm to even the most ridiculous of characters.

In addition to his work as an actor, Mull was also an accomplished musician and artist. He released several albums of original music, showcasing his talent as a singer-songwriter. Mull was also known for his unique and whimsical artwork, which often featured his signature blend of humor and creativity.

Throughout his career, Martin Mull was beloved by fans and respected by his peers for his talent, versatility, and incredible work ethic. His contributions to the world of entertainment will not be forgotten, and his legacy will continue to inspire and entertain audiences for generations to come. Rest in peace, Martin Mull. You will be dearly missed.

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