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'Odd Couple' Star Tony Randall Dies at 84

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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

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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.

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