How Did Tim Conway Die? Date of Death, Cause of Death, Age, and Birthday

Tim Conway death

The TV actor Tim Conway passed away at age 85, impressive.

Biography - A Short Wiki

Comedian known for starring on The Carol Burnett Show and for his role as Ensign Charles Parker on the sitcom McHale’s Navy. He also provided the voice for Barnacle Boy on the animated TV series SpongeBob SquarePants.

He married Mary Anne Dalton in 1961 and they had seven children together before divorcing. He married Charlene Fusco in 1984. 

How did Tim Conway die?

Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus caused Tim Conway's death in 2019.

Information about the death of Tim Conway
Cause of deathNormal Pressure Hydrocephalus
Age of death85 years
ProfessionTv Actor
BirthdayDecember 15, 1933
Death dateMay 14, 2019
Place of deathLos Angeles, California, United States
Place of burialPierce Brothers Westwood Village Memorial Park & Mortuary, Los Angeles, California, United States


I figure you’re only here for a matter of moments. Ever since I was a kid watching movies I’ve always wanted to make people laugh or have some sort of emotional reaction.

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I think there are a lot of things out there that are humorous that people don’t realize until you actually show them what is going on. Saran Wrap for one thing. You know, you could pull enough of that out of the box and it will actually kill you. It will get a hold of you, stick to you, and choke you to death.

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I don’t watch a lot of TV anymore. A lot of it isn’t the kind of thing you can feel comfortable with watching with your kids. And I still feel that way even though, now, my kids are in their 30s.

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My parents were very funny – they didn’t know it. But they were. They were actually sharing an IQ.

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The reason ‘The Carol Burnett Show’ did so well in the ratings is because people were looking for that comfort zone when the whole family sat around and watched television and enjoyed it.

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