Tony Dow Cause of Death

Tony Dow Is Alive – Read Why Family Share Post on Facebook

Tony Dow Family Facebook Post:

It is with an extremely heavy heart that we share with you the passing of our beloved Tony this morning. Tony was a beautiful soul – kind, compassionate, funny and humble. It was truly a joy to just be around him. His gentle voice and unpretentious manner was immediately comforting and you could not help but love him.

The world has lost an amazing human being, but we are all richer for the memories that he has left us. From the warm reminiscences of Wally Cleaver to those of us fortunate enough to know him personally – thank you Tony. And thank you for the reflections of a simpler time, the laughter, the friendship and for the feeling that you were a big brother to us all.

We will miss you.
Frank Bilotta and Renee James- Tony’s Management Team & Dear Friends

Tony Dow Cause of Death

Leave It to Beaver star Tony Dow is still alive, despite a death announcement that was posted to Facebook Tuesday morning.

Dow’s management said his wife, Lauren, believed her husband was dead and shared the false news to his team, according to a TMZ report. The outlet reports she is “distraught” over the error, as the news rapidly spread around the world on Tuesday.

The outlet reports that the star is still alive and receiving hospice care.

His management team announced the news on his official Facebook page Tuesday morning.

Tony Dow Cause of Death

“The world has lost an amazing human being, but we are all richer for the memories that he has left us. From the warm reminiscences of Wally Cleaver to those of us fortunate enough to know him personally – thank you Tony. And thank you for the reflections of a simpler time, the laughter, the friendship and for the feeling that you were a big brother to us all,” the Facebook message said in part.

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The actor appeared in several TV shows spanning decades and genres, including “Adam-12,” “Mod Squad,” “Emergency,” “The Love Boat,” “Murder, She Wrote,” “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine” and “Babylon 5,” according to his iMDB page.

But he was best known as the older brother of The Beaver, played by Jerry Mathers, in the quintessential TV sitcom, which ran for six seasons, from 1957 to 1963.

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