Veteran Hollywood Filmmaker, Carl Reiner dies at 98

Hollywood producer, director, Carl Reiner, who passed for one of the most prolific entertainers in the history of show business has died.

Reiner, TMZ gathered died Monday night at his Beverly Hills home, with his family around him.

The Grammy award winning actor, who won 9 Emmys in over 7 decades, has more than 400 credits.

He is most remembered for "The Dick Van Dyke Show," which he created and starred in. Carl played the role of a very temperamental comedian, Alan Brady, who terrorized Dick Van Dyke's character and the other writers. 

Carl appeared on lots of hit TV shows, including "Two and a Half Men," "Hot in Cleveland" and "House." He was also in "Ocean's 11" and "Ocean's Thirteen."

He had three sons, and one of them is kids is Rob Reiner.

Carl's wife, Estelle, whom he married in 1943, died in 2008.

Carl was 98.