George Segal, R.I.P.


Bette Midler and George in For the Boys (1991)

George in Time for Darkness (1991)

George in Me, Myself, and I (1992)

Dolph Lundgren and George in Army of One (1993)

George in Deep Down (1994)

George in Direct Hit (1994)

George in Following Her Heart (1994)

George in To Die For (1995)

Lois Chiles, Lee Garlington, and George in The Babysitter (1995)

Mary Tyler Moore and George on "The Naked Truth" (1995-1997)
"Film is a disease. When it infects your bloodstream it takes over as the number one hormone. It bosses the enzymes, directs the pineal gland, plays Iago to your psyche. As with heroin, the antidote to Film is more Film." - Frank Capra

Mary Tyler Moore and George in Flirting with Disaster (1996)

Diane Baker and George in The Cable Guy (1996)

George and Eric Roberts in It's My Party (1996)

Jeff Bridges and George in The Mirror Has Two Faces (1996)

George on "Just Shoot Me!" (1997-2003)

George in Heights (2005)

George in Three Days to Vegas (2007)

George on "Entourage" (2009)

George in 2012 (2009)

George in Love & Other Drugs (2010)

Ryan Michelle Bathe, George, Johnathan McClain, Jessica Walter, and Josh McDermitt in a publicity still for "Retired at 35" (2011-2012)

George in Elsa & Fred (2014)

George and Sean Giambrone on "The Goldbergs" (2013-2021)

George with The Bridge at Ramagen co-stars Ben Gazzara & Robert Vaughn

George on "The Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson" in the 1970s

George and his "Just Shoot Me" co-stars Wendie Malick, Laura San Giacomo, and Dvaid spade during Segal's Hollywood Walk of Fame induction ceremony

George at home


I loved this guy. My favorite movies of his are No Way to Treat a Lady and Rollercoaster. He always seemed to play the put-upon guy just trying to make it through another day. And even in a serious movie, he always had that sparkled edge of humor that he carried with him in any role. I never missed an episode of Just Shoot Me! and I thought he was great in The Goldbergs. I know it's a comedy show, but I hope they do some kind of tribute to him, then maybe gradually end the show. It won't be the same without him. Godspeed, George!
"Miss Jean Louise, Mr. Arthur Radley."