THE actor, writer and presenter of video games Louis Anderson, who had been honored three times with an Emmy Award, died today, Friday, at the age of 68, losing the battle with cancer, announced Glen Swartz’s agent.
The star of the TV series “Baskets“He breathed his last in Las Vegas, where he was hospitalized earlier in the week as he suffered from diffuse large B-cell lymphoma,” he said.
Anderson has been nominated for three Emmy Awards for Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series and won it in 2016 for his role as “Christine Basketcht»In the FX TV series. He had won two other Emmy Awards for his animated series “Life with Louis“Aired by Fox in 1997-98, according to Reuters.
Before becoming a comedian after winning a competition in 1981, Anderson was a counselor for troubled children. In 1988 he starred in the film “The Prince of Zamunda»Alongside Eddie Murphy while between 1999-2002 he presented the video game Family Feud, rebroadcasts APE BPE.
He had also written many books, such as “Goodbye Jambo, hello hard world», A self-help manual for people with self-esteem problems.