Howard Bragman, Conman's representative, confirmed the news to People. The actor was suffering complications from Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus (NPH) and had no signs of dementia or Alzheimer's.
'The Carol Burnett Show' actor is survived by his 35-year-old wife, his step-daughter, six children and two grand-daughters. Conway's family would like donations to be made to The Lou Ruvo Brain Center at the Cleveland Clinic, Las Vegas.
Before joining Hollywood, Conway also served in the army, which was followed by his work at a local station in Cleveland.
Conway in an interview given to LA Times said, "I had no professional training. I had a sense of humour and had been in front of a microphone."
After featuring as a guest actor in 'The Carol Burnett Show', he was made regular in 1975. The actor had his own sitcom 'The Tim Conway Show' that lasted for one season in 1970.
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