Carl Reiner poses for a portrait during the 2007 American Film Institute festival in Hollywood.
Reiner, second from right, attends a writers’ meeting for “Your Show of Shows,” circa 1952. Seated on the left is another of the show’s stars, Sid Caesar. The show ran from 1950-54.
Reiner and Caesar also starred in “Caesar’s Hour,” from 1954-1957. In this scene from April 1955, Reiner, top center, Caesar, left, and Howard Morris, right, smoke while trying to read Nanette Fabray’s newspaper. Reiner won two Emmy Awards for his performance on the show.
From left, Caesar, Morris, Reiner and Fabray perform a spoof opera scene in 1956.
Reiner and Polly Bergen pose with their statuettes at the 1958 Emmy Awards in New York. Reiner won the Emmy for best continuing supporting performance by an actor in drama or comedy for “Caesar’s Hour.”
Reiner is pictured at a typewriter in 1960. As a performer, Reiner preferred to play straight man or work behind the scenes.
Reiner, left, hosts “The Celebrity Game” in March 1965.
Reiner and his wife Estelle Reiner arrive at the 1965 Emmy Awards in Hollywood. The pair were married for almost 65 years.
Pictured here — during a scene from “The Gunslinger” episode on “The Dick Van Dyke Show” — are Reiner, left, and Dick Van Dyke. Reiner is in the role of Alan “Big Bad” Brady, while Van Dyke plays a small-town sheriff named Rob Petrie. Reiner had a hand in writing many of the show’s scripts.
Reiner, left, and Mel Brooks perform “The 2000 Year Old Man in the Year 2000” skit on the “The Andy Williams Show” in 1966. The two were frequent collaborators.
Carl Reiner directs the film ‘Where’s Poppa?’ in 1970.
Comedian Steve Martin poses by Reiner’s birthday cake on March 20, 1979. Reiner was born in the Bronx, New York, in 1922.
Reiner and his wife Estelle are pictured in New York in 1984.
Reiner performs on “The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson” in November 1990.
Mel Brooks, left, and Reiner pose with their 1999 Grammy Awards in Los Angeles. They won for “The 2000 Year Old Man in the Year 2000” in the best spoken comedy album category.
Reiner holds a copy of his book, “I Remember Me,” in Beverly Hills, California, in 2013. In the book, Reiner shares memories about his life and show business.
Reiner, center, and his daughter Annie, right, attend a 2013 AFI Life Achievement Award ceremony for Mel Brooks in Hollywood. Reiner’s other children are Lucas and Rob’ the latter became an actor and director.
Reiner and his son Rob attend a hand and footprint ceremony during the 2017 TCM Classic Film Festival in Los Angeles.
Reiner, left, waves to the audience as he walks with his son Rob during the 2019 “Special Tribute to Television’s Comedy Legends” event held by The Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills.