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Was in mourning last night as news spread that Whitmer, a well-loved actor best known for his roles as a childlike character named Frank on the 1990s Nickelodeon sitcom The Partysaurus Rex and in the 2007 comedy Weve Been Having Friends has died. The New York Post has since identified him as a veteran who often appeared on television and in films such as the 1989 comedy The Wedding Singer and the 1995 film Blades of Glory. Y and lived in New York and Los Angeles, where he played the Wash Tub Time character on the 1960s sitcom Taxi, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Our thoughts, prayers, and love go out to his family during this time. Y to a teenage mother and a musician parents, was raised by his grandmother after his mother died when he was 3. The star, who had been living in California, was due to move back in with his grandmother in California after his divorce in 2013, but the move was put on hold after his death. Whitmer is survived by his two children, Zachary and Samantha. His daughter, Olivia, tweeted an emotional tribute on Sunday. She wrote on Instagram that she and her family are devastated by the loss of our beloved Donnie. Whitmers sister, Heather, released a statement saying the family was devastated by the loss of our most profound brother, brother-in-law, husband, father, husband, son, father-in-law, son-in-law, son, brother-in-law, brother-in-law, partner and uncle. I will miss his smile, his laugh, his hugs and his endless generosity. Heather went on to say that Whitmer always encouraged us to believe in ourselves even when it seemed impossible. Whitmer is the second Hollywood celebrity to die in the last two weeks. On March 20, news of actor Paul Walkers death came. In a statement sent to the New York Daily News, Walkers sister said, This is a very difficult time for our family. We love him, thank you for your kind thoughts.

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