Charles Kimbrough Obituary, Death – Charles Kimbrough, who was most well-known for his work on the CBS comedy series Murphy Brown, passed away recently. The show ran for a very long time. His work on the show garnered him praise from critics and audiences alike. He was 86. Kimbrough passed away on January 11, 2019, at the Southern California Hospital in Culver City, California, from causes that were unrelated to his medical condition, according to the information that was provided by his family.
The statement that was issued by Donna Massetti of SMS Talent, which acts as Kimbrough’s agency, can be found below: “Charles Kimbrough, who had been a customer of our company as well as a friend for more than three decades, passed away not too long ago, and [we] are devastated to have learned of his passing because of the impact it will have on our lives. It was a treat to see him put on a show for an audience or for the camera; it didn’t matter; what mattered was that he was doing his thing well.”
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Kimbrough’s performance as the serious anchorman Jim Dial on the television show Murphy Brown earned him a nomination for an Emmy Award in the category of outstanding supporting actor in a comedy series in the year 1990. This nomination was for the Emmy Award given out in the category of outstanding supporting actor in a comedy series. This individual was put forward for consideration for an Emmy Award in the category of outstanding supporting actor in a comedy series.
In addition to appearing in all 247 of the show’s original episodes, which were broadcast between 1988 and 1998, it was reported by The New York Times that he reprised his role as the show’s protagonist for three episodes in the 2018 version of the show. This is in addition to the fact that he appeared in all 247 of the show’s original episodes. The following episodes were broadcast in 2018.