Patrick Carlin, a comedy writer and brother of stand-up comedian George Carlin, has lost his life at 90. He was also famous as a podcaster and actor.
Kelly Carlin, the daughter of George Carlin, made a confirmation of his death yesterday via Twitter.
Kelly wrote my dear uncle Patrick has entered the spirit world. She added he is presently spinning tunes and smoking a jay with her Aunt Marlane.
Also, she asserted he is shooting the shit with his brother. Kelly said Patrick Carlin was a philosopher and a tough man.
The George Carlin Show, the one-season Fox sitcom that starred the namesake stand-up comic and was responsible for the audiobook version of George’s book Last Words, aired in 1994.
He has been seen in such films as The Headless Nun (2012) and Live From The NYPL: A Tribute To George Carlin (2010).
Carlin has also authored several books: Highway 23: The Unrepentant (2007), Quien F!#kin’ Sabe? (2012) and Quinn’s Bar And Grill (2019).
He was also a radio host, working at LA’s KROQ several decades ago. Patrick’s Hollywood-Stock Connection is a podcast hosted by Carlin.
Carlin spent almost twenty years of his life in Woodstock, New York with his wife Marlene. Carlin relocated to Los Angeles after his wife died a year ago so that he could be with his sons, Patrick and Dennis Carlin.