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Comedy writer-actor Carl Reiner's life of laughter
Comedy writer-actor Carl Reiner's life of laughter

Carl Reiner wakes up each morning with the same thought — it's time to start writing. It's still the top priority for the Emmy Award-winning funny man who created the landmark CBS sitcom "The Dick Van Dyke Show," wrote and directed such comedy film favorites as 1970's "Where's Poppa?," 1977's "Oh , God!" and 1979's "The Jerk" and who, along with his lifetime friend Mel Brooks, performed the "2000 Year Old Man" routines. "I get to my computer and I either play solitaire or do some tweets," said Reiner (who, for the record, has more than 62,000 Twitter followers). Then after his fun and games are over, Reiner begins to really write. Two years ago, he published a memoir, "I Remember Me,"...

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