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Jack Klugman arrives at the 62nd Annual Tony Awards in New York. Klugman, who made an art of gruffness in TV's "The Odd Couple" and "Quincy, M.E.," has died at the age of 90. (June 15, 2008)

Jack Klugman through the years

Jack Klugman, the prolific, craggy-faced character actor and regular guy who was loved by millions as the messy one in TV's "The Odd Couple" and the crime-fighting coroner in "Quincy, M.E.," died Monday, a son said. He was 90.

Jack Klugman, left, and Tony Randall laugh at
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Jack Klugman, left, and Tony Randall laugh at a news conference announcing they will reprise their most famous roles as Oscar Madison and Felix Unger, respectively, for a one-night benefit performance of Neil Simon's play, "The Odd Couple," in Beverly Hills, Calif. (Dec. 3, 1992)

Jack Klugman holds an Emmy for his role
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Jack Klugman holds an Emmy for his role in "The Odd Couple." The award was presented to Klugman at the 25th Emmy Awards banquet in Los Angeles for outstanding continued performance by an actor in a leading role in a comedy series. (May 20, 1973)

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In "It's All Over Now, Baby Bird," an episode in the first season of "The Odd Couple," Felix (Tony Randall) and Oscar (Jack Klugman) differed on a dead parrot's final resting place. (Dec. 3, 1970)

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In "The Odd Couple" episode "Scrooge Gets an Oscar," a parody of "A Christmas Carol," Felix (Tony Randall) and Oscar (Jack Klugman) become Charles Dickens characters in a dream after a miserable Oscar refuses to be Ebenezer Scrooge in a children's play. (Dec. 17, 1970)

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Jack Klugman as Oscar Madison in "The Odd Couple" on Sept. 17, 1971.

Jack Klugman arrives at the 62nd Annual Tony
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Jack Klugman arrives at the 62nd Annual Tony Awards in New York. Klugman, who made an art of gruffness in TV's "The Odd Couple" and "Quincy, M.E.," has died at the age of 90. (June 15, 2008)

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