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L.A. Condo of the Late George Segal Available for $2.15M

The Los Angeles condo belonging to legendary actor George Segal has come on the market for $2.15 million. The two-time Golden Globe winner died in 2021 at the age of 87. Segal most recently starred as Albert "Pops" Solomon on the long-running ABC comedy series “The Goldbergs.”. Segal purchased...
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George Segal Gave One of the Great Unsung Performances of the '70s in Born to Win

While George Segal, recently-departed mainstay of 1960s and 1970s Hollywood, was never exactly typecast—he played conmen and cops, drifters and businessmen, spies and soldiers—the men he embodied all shared a certain desperation. Nothing ever came easy to them. Like Nick in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? or Bill in California Split, they were often at the mercy of the stronger personalities with whom they kept company. Like Kelp in The Hot Rock or Charlie in The Duchess and The Dirtwater Fox, they had big ideas for themselves that far outpaced reality—often with perilous results.
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Wendi McLendon-Covey on 'The Goldbergs' and Losing George Segal While Filming (Exclusive)

Wendi McLendon-Covey is talking all things The Goldbergs. McClendon-Covey spoke with ET about season 9 of the ABC sitcom and the tragic death of George Segal, who played Albert "Pops" Solomon, the beloved grandfather of the Goldbergs' household, for eight seasons before his death in March. The cast was wrapping up season 8 when they received the tragic and unexpected news of Segal's death.

George Segal Honored in 'The Goldbergs' Season 9 Premiere

When The Goldbergs returned with its ninth season premiere Wednesday night, the beloved ABC sitcom bid a touching farewell to one of its own. Following the March death of series star George Segal, who passed away at the age of 87 from bypass surgery complications, the series took a moment to honor the famed actor and his onscreen counterpart, Albert "Pops" Solomon, in an heartfelt episode documenting the Goldberg family as they dealt with their grief.

‘The Goldbergs’: George Segal Honored with Tribute to Open Show as Family Searches for His Favorite Place

Just six months after the passing of The Goldbergs star George Segal, the hit ABC series honored the actor in a special moment of its ninth season premiere. According to Deadline, in the season premiere’s episode, titled The Goldbergs’ Excellent Adventure, grown-up Adam Goldberg (narrator Patton Oswalt) reflects on the death of his grandfather (George Segal) Albert “Pops” Solomon.

How 'The Goldbergs' Will Honor George Segal in Season 9 Premiere

When The Goldbergs returns to ABC this fall, the sitcom will be without one beloved cast member. George Segal, who starred as Albert "Pops" Solomon for the first eight seasons of the series, passed away at the age of 87 of complications from bypass surgery in March of this year. As the show prepares to move forward without the central figure, The Goldbergs will honor Segal in the Season 9 premiere.

The Goldbergs to Pay Tribute to George Segal in Season 9 Premiere

Two days before season 8 of the ABC comedy The Goldbergs was scheduled to wrap series star George Segal passed away. With only a few days left on the shooting schedule there was no time left to address his death on the series itself, though several tributes to him aired directly before or after some episodes, buy the upcoming season nine premiere of the show will acknowledge the real-life tragedy. Speaking during the show's panel at today's Television Critics Association press tour, series star Wendi McLendon-Covey revealed that the first episode will not only be one of the show's trademark movie homages but it will center around the scattering of "Pops'" ashes.

‘The Goldbergs’ to Honor George Segal in Season Premiere

The Goldbergs will play tribute to their patriarch with the show’s ninth season premiere. George Segal died in March, two days before the ABC comedy wrapped production on its eighth season. As such, the show wasn’t able to pay an in-episode tribute to the actor who played Pops on the series (though it did air a title card noting his passing). When the show returns on Sept. 22, The Goldbergs will both pay homage to a 1980s movie, as it’s done in several past season premieres, and honor Segal, star and executive producer Wendi McLendon-Covey said Thursday. “Every time we open a season,...