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Actor Lou Cattell, best known for his performances in “Seinfeld” and “Grey’s Anatomy”, has died. He was 91 years old.

Actor Pee-V Harman confirmed the death of Katal through his official Twitter account. The post on Tuesday afternoon read, “Actor Lou Cattell, who played The Amazing Larry in ‘Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure’, passed away on Sunday.”


Herman, whose real name is Paul Rubens, shared a memory of working with Cuttle. He said, “I was lucky enough to be able to tell him how much he means to me and I will never forget him. It’s obvious and awkward to say, but true nonetheless: he was amazing.”

Mark Furman, a friend of the Cuttles, also confirmed his death on Facebook.

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“After 91 years and a great life, my friend Lou Cattell went home. A film, theater and character actor. Big Larry in Pee Wee’s Big Adventure, A– Man in Seinfeld, Abbey in Grey’s Anatomy S12, E4 He took me to Lucille Ball’s house in 1986. Rest in peace loo,” Furman wrote,

The cause of death has not been disclosed.

Cuttle was born in New York City on October 6, 1930. His debut in showbiz was six decades ago when he starred in the Broadway musical “The Young Abbey Lincoln”.

He became a well-known face on television after his appearance on “The Dick Van Dyke Show” in 1964.

The veteran actor has appeared in a number of hit TV shows from the ’60s, including “The Wild Wild West,” and “The Mary Tyler Moore Show,” “Starsky & Hutch,” “The Love Boat,” “The Bob Newhart Show.” And “Kozak” in the 70s. He also appeared in a recurring role in “Alice” from 1983–84.

Lou Cuttle is featured as Deacon in 'Little Big Man', a theatrical film originally released on December 23, 1970.

Although he had an appearance as “A-Man” during Seinfeld’s “Fusilly Jerry” episode, most will remember him for that. The actor also starred in a few episodes of Larry David’s “Curb Your Enthusiasm”. She also starred in “Betty Whites of Their Rockers”.

In addition to the small screen, Cuttle starred in films such as “Honey, I Shrunk the Kids,” “Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure,” and “Frankenstein Meets the Spacemonster.”