Bob-Einstein-Obituary

Bob Einstein

Nov 20, 1942 – Jan 2, 2019 (Age 76)

Obituary

Bob Einstein (1942 – 2019) was known for his role as the bumbling stunt man on the "Super Dave" TV series. He recently played Marty Funkhouser in Larry David's "Curb Your Enthusiasm." He is the older brother of actor/director/writer Albert Brooks. He died at 76. For full obituary and coverage from Legacy.com, click here.

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Deepest condolences to Mr. Einstein's family, he was loved very much from his humour and my wife and I loved watching his act and refer to it frequently, his legacy will live on forever. Love and respect. Chuck Pessoa

A joyful heart makes for a cheerful countenance... Proverbs 15:13

Bob Einstein made a good name for himself. Using his talent, he won the hearts of his audience, bringing joy through memorable laughs. Please accept my sincere condolences for the loss you have today of your beloved friend. May you be granted the inner peace and comfort that our Heavenly Father provides to help you endure in these moments of grief.

Thank you super Dave for all the laughs throughout the years

My condolences to the Einstein family. Super Dave will be missed. May you all be in Gods comfort. Isaiah 61:1,2

I am very sorry for your loss. Wishing you peace to bring you comfort. Courage to face the days ahead, and the loving memories to be the very tool to move on. May God continue to comfort your family. ( 23rd Psalm)

May the hearer of our prayers grant you peace from above
May family and friends embrace you during this time
My prayers are with you

So sorry to hear of the loss of a funny guy. Who else could come up with Super Dave? He always had me in stitches, and he was so good at bumbling things that it didn't look like an act. I had to ask myself if it was real.
Thanks for sharing your talents with the world. There won't be another like you.

I read with with extreme sadness of Super Dave's passing. I cherished every role he played and every guest appearance he made. Dave (or Bob) appeared to be a genuinely nice person, He was not a super star, but a person who left a long-lasting mark and a hard to fill void in entertainment. His unique wit and humor will be missed.
God Bless Him.