Comedy Legend Tim Conway From ‘The Carol Burnett Show’ Has Died At Age 85

By  //  May 14, 2019

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ABOVE VIDEO: ‘Carol Burnett’ star Tim Conway ‘unable to make his own health care decisions’ as family settles dispute.

(FOX NEWS) – Tim Conway, the Golden Globe Award-winning actor who embodied several comical characters on “The Carol Burnett Show” including the Oldest Man and Mr. Tudball has died at age 85.

In April of this year, Conway’s wife and daughter settled their differences over his health care.

According to court documents obtained by People magazine, Conway’s wife, Charlene Conway, was appointed a conservator of her husband after the court found “clear and convincing evidence” that a conservatorship was necessary.

Charlene was found to be “suitable and qualified” by the court and his daughter Kelly Conway consented to her appoint.

The filing also stated that Conway was “unable to make his own health care decisions.”

Kelly and Conway’s second wife each wanted sole conservatorship over the actor, who was suffering from dementia.

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