Legendary Entertainer Dies at Age 83 From Heart Failure

April 09, 2018

Hollywood lost a beloved actor, comedian, and TV host last Sunday. Chuck McCann suffered from congestive heart failure and passed away in Los Angeles. He was 83 years old.

According to reports, McCann died at a Los Angeles hospital after suffering from heart failure.


McCann was born in Brooklyn and was born on September 2, 1934. He became a household name in New York. He took several shows, including humorous children shows.

In 1968, his first major film was "The Heart is a Lonely Hunter." Later he nabbed the animated role for General Mills as the well-known Sonny the Cuckoo Bird. The famous catch-phrase: "I'm cuckoo for Cocoa Puffs!"

In the 1970s, McCann moved to Los Angeles where he appeared in many guest starring roles including, "Little House on the Prairie," "Columbo," and "Bonanza."


Being such a prolific voice actor, he shared his talents for characters in "The Garfield Show," "DuckTales: Remastered," and "The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh."

He survived his wife, Elizabeth Fanning, and their two daughters.


Please keep his family in your prayers during this difficult time.

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