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Marc Wilmore, Writer Of “The Simpsons” Dies After Battle With COVID-19

Marc Wilmore, a writer “The Simpsons”, has died aged 57. Marc was also a writer for In Living Colour “The PJs” and “F is For Family”.

Mr Wilmore’s brother said on Twitter that the writer had been “battling Covid” and other health conditions.

Marc Wilmore Writer Of "The Simpsons" Dies After Battle With COVID-19

“My sweet sweet brother, Marc Edward Wilmore, passed away last night while battling COVID and other conditions that have had him in pain for many years,” said Larry Wilmore.

See tweet below

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Michael Price, who has also written for “The Simpsons”, took to Twitter to describe Mr Wilmore was a wonderful man.

See tweet below

Marc Wilmore joined In Living Colour as a writer in the early 1990s. In the show’s final season, Mr Wilmore became a cast member, impersonating well-known writer Maya Angelou, James Earl Jones and Robert Guillaume.

In 2008 he won an Emmy for outstanding animated programme as a producer for the episode “Eternal Moonshine of the Simpson Mind” in 2008.

 

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