Kevin Meaney, a comic's comic who worked the stand-up circuit, was a staple on late-night TV and starred in the short-lived 1990s CBS series "Uncle Buck," has died at age 60, his agent said Saturday.
Meaney was found dead Friday at his home in Forestburgh, in upstate New York, said the agent, Tom Ingegno. The cause of death was not immediately known.
Meaney's career spanned 30 years. The father and native New Yorker had a small role as an executive in the 1988 film comedy "Big," starring Tom Hanks, and helmed the CBS version of "Uncle Buck," which ran just one season, from 1990 to 1991.
It was his first HBO special, in 1986,...