Charles Kimbrough, best known for playing anchorman Jim Dial on the CBS show Murphy Brown, died at 86. His son says that he died on January 11 in Culver City, California. Follow our website Viralstimes to find out about the latest news!
Kimbrough started in theatre and then moved on to movies and TV shows, where he mostly played supporting roles.
John Kimbrough, his son, informed folks that Charles had passed away. “He came from a close-knit family in the Midwest, so he grew up with individuals similar to those he portrayed on television.
When John reflected on his father, he stated, “They buried their emotions beneath a veneer of impeccable manners.”
Charles was born in St. Paul, Minnesota, on May 23, 1936. He went to Indiana University and got a degree in music and theatre. He then went to the Yale School of Drama and earned a master’s degree. Also Read – Melinda Dillon, ‘A Christmas Story’ Actress, Has Died at Age 83
In the late 1960s, he began his career on Broadway. In 1970, he was nominated for a Tony Award for a production of the Steven Sondheim musical Company.
Kimbrough became well-known after he was cast in the CBS comedy series Murphy Brown in 1988. The show, which took place in a TV newsroom, lasted 10 years, from 1988 to 1998. In 2018, the actor played the same role in three episodes of the new version of the show. Also Read – Who Was AJ Perez? Aj Perez, who was in Batch 13 of ABS-Star CBN’s Magic, died