Ken Osmond, known as Eddie Haskell on TV’s “Leave It to Beaver,” has died at 76, USA TODAY has accepted. He played submissive agitator Eddie Haskell on TV’s Leave It to Beaver, has died, his administrator confirms. Osmond was 76. Osmond’s agent Bonnie Vent provided a declaration from the actor’s son Eric: “He was an incredible and amazing father. He had his family assembled around him when he died. He was desired and will be missed.”
In 1957, Osmond appraise for the Eddie Haskell role, which was initially intended to be a client appearance, but those complicated with the show were so happy with Osmond’s portrayal that the role became the main constituent of the film during the whole of its six-season run of 234 episodes.
Osmond, a national of Glendale, California, began his path as a child hero with his first oral part at age 9 in the film “So Big,” featuring Jane Wyman and Sterling Hayden, pursue by “Good Morning Miss Dove,” and “Everything But the Truth.
Actor Jerry Mathers, who played the show’s title role, Theodore “Beaver” Cleaver, remembered Osmond Monday as “absolutely the nicest person,” leader “diametrically anti to his role Eddie Haskell.”
The Haskell role was a disruptive friend of Wally Cleaver (Tony Dow), the older brother of Theodore, aka the Beaver (Jerry Mathers). The Los Angeles Daily News reported said He left on to evolve into a Los Angeles Police officer and was hit by multiple bullets during an exciting hunt of a felony doubtful in 1980. Thankfully, his bulletproof bestow stopped the bullets, and a third bounce back off his belt buckle, Mathers said on Monday “I will miss him. He was a great friend” “He was the likable person you could ever know.”