Philip McKeon, Former Child Actor Who Played Son in CBS Sitcom ‘Alice,’ Dies at 55

Philip McKeon, Former Child Actor Who Played Son in CBS Sitcom ‘Alice,’ Dies at 55
Philip McKeon, Former Child Actor Who Played Son in CBS Sitcom ‘Alice,’ Dies at 55


Philip McKeon, the previous kid entertainer most popular for his job on the CBS sitcom "Alice," kicked the bucket Tuesday, a family representative said. He was 55.

McKeon passed on in Texas after a long sickness, family representative Jeff Ballard said in a news discharge.
Philip McKeon, Former Child Actor Who Played Son in CBS Sitcom ‘Alice,’ Dies at 55
Philip McKeon, Former Child Actor Who Played Son in CBS Sitcom ‘Alice,’ Dies at 55

He was generally unmistakable as Tommy Hyatt, the child of the main character on "Alice," played by Linda Lavin. The show, which ran from 1976 to 1985, pursued Alice, a hopeful vocalist who filled in as a server at a burger joint in Phoenix.

McKeon likewise worked at the Los Angeles radio broadcast KFWB News 98 for a long time, Ballard said. He later moved to Wimberly, Texas, to be nearer to family and throughout the previous quite a while facilitated his own radio show, Ballard said.

"We are all past sorrowful and crushed over Phil's passing," the representative said. "His magnificent comical inclination, graciousness and steadfastness will be recalled by all who crossed his way throughout everyday life."

The entertainer Charlie Sheen additionally responded to Mckeon's demise on Twitter, considering him an "impeccable man of his word and an exuberant soul."

McKeon is made due by his mom and his more youthful sister, the on-screen character Nancy McKeon, Ballard said.


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