The actor has been ill with cancer for the past two years.
American actor Peter Scolari died at the age of 66 as a result of a long illness. This was reported on Friday by CNN with reference to the actor’s manager Ellen Lubin Sanitsky.
According to her information, Scolari has been ill with cancer for the past two years.
Peter Scolari became famous for his roles in many films and TV series, including Bosom Buddies (1980-1982), Newhart (1982-1990), and Murphy Brown (1988-2018). In 2016, the actor won an Emmy Award for the role of Ted Horvath in the TV series “Girls” (2012-2017). Scolari has also performed in Broadway productions, including the musicals Hairspray and Wicked.