'Odd Couple' Star Tony Randall Dies at 84 Actor Tony Randall, best known for his role as the fusspot Felix Unger in the 1970s TV sitcom The Odd Couple, died Monday night of complications from a long illness. He was 84. Randall began working in radio in the 1940s but spent most of his career in film and the theater. NPR's Steve Inskeep has a remembrance.
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'Odd Couple' Star Tony Randall Dies at 84

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'Odd Couple' Star Tony Randall Dies at 84

'Odd Couple' Star Tony Randall Dies at 84

'Odd Couple' Star Tony Randall Dies at 84

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Actor Tony Randall, best known for his role as the fusspot Felix Unger in the 1970s TV sitcom The Odd Couple, died Monday night of complications from a long illness. He was 84. Randall began working in radio in the 1940s but spent most of his career in film and the theater. NPR's Steve Inskeep has a remembrance.