What did George Segal star in?

George Segal, the engaging actor who during his 1970s prime generated great chemistry with his co-stars in such lighthearted classics as Where’s Poppa?, The Owl and the Pussycat, A Touch of Class, California Split and Fun With Dick and Jane, died Tuesday. He was 87.

What is George Segal known for?

Segal is known internationally for his figurative works in plaster, which he created using a unique technique he had developed. The figures are often placed within environments made with real objects, creating a personal tableau.

What sitcoms did George Segal play in?

On television, he was best known for his regular roles in two popular sitcoms, playing Jack Gallo on Just Shoot Me! (1997–2003) and Albert “Pops” Solomon on The Goldbergs (2013–2021). Segal was also an accomplished banjo player.

What was George Segal’s last episode on The Goldbergs?

Segal died on March 23 at the age of 87, and portrayed the beloved grandfather of The Goldberg household for all 179 episodes of the show’s run. Wednesday’s episode, “Couple Off,” marked Segal’s final appearance, concluded with a heartfelt montage tribute to the actor and his beloved character.