NEW YORK (Reuters) – Actor Meshach Taylor, best famous for his purpose as a agreeable partner on a strike radio uncover “Designing Women,” has died during age 67, Los Angeles media reported on Sunday.
Taylor died Saturday nearby Los Angeles “after bravely fighting a depot illness,” his representative Dede Binder told a Hollywood Reporter. “His amatory family was by his side.”
On Friday, Taylor’s family posted on his Facebook page that he had begun to trip away.
“It is with adore and thankfulness that we sorrowfully announce that a darling, amazingly shining and energetic Meshach, a implausible father, husband, son and crony has begun his grand transition,” a matter said.
Taylor’s description of Anthony Bouvier on a sitcom “Designing Women,” that ran from 1986 to 1993 and starred Annie Potts and Delta Burke, warranted him soap-box reviews for his appearance and comic timing as he sparred with 4 Southern interior decorators.
Taylor also starred in a 1987 film “Mannequin” and seemed in other radio shows, including “Dave’s World,” “The Incredible Hulk” and “ALF.”
(Reporting by Victoria Cavaliere; Editing by Colleen Jenkins and Tom Heneghan)