Dick-Gautier-Obituary

Dick Gautier

Oct 30, 1931 – Jan 13, 2017 (Age 85)

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BORN
October 30, 1931
DIED
January 13, 2017
AGE
85

Obituary

Dick Gautier, the comedic actor who played Hymie the Robot on "Get Smart," died Friday, Jan. 13, 2017, in Arcadia, California, after a long illness, according to The Hollywood Reporter. For full obituary and coverage from Legacy.com, click here.

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Watching him now on a rerun of "Charlie's Angels". Probably has the best 1970s hair style. If I still had a full head of hair, I would style mine like his!

Met him years ago when he was on Broadway starring in "Bye, Bye Birdie" - he walked into Carvel for an ice cream - this was on 78th st & B'way - where I had a summer job from high school. Such a nice human being - nothing false about him.... yes, I still remember this.

Loved you on Get Smart and also on Tattletales.

So sorry for your loss. May your most precious memories bring comfort, and hope for the future from our loving God above.

I still love watching Dick in the Tattletale re-runs, and enjoy when he pops up on an old TV show.

I remember Dick Gautier well. Growing up with Get Smart,
he was my favorite robot, Hymie. What a superb actor
and so full of talent. So sorry to learn of his passing.
My condolences to his family and friends. Another great
angel has earned his wings.

My condolences to the family and friends of Dick Gautier. Prayer goes out to you all. May the God of all bring you comfort at this difficult time.

To The Family of Dick Gautier
It is truly sad to hear the news of Dick Gautier passing, i was shock to hear about it. He was great actor, he will be truly missed by everyone around the country, never forgotten with the legacy he left behind. I do remember watching Get Smart when i was growing up that he played Hymie the Robot, he also made appearance on TV show like The Patty Duke, Charlies Angels & The Love Boat, ect, we could still could watch the Reruns.Thanks for the laughter...

Dear Gautier Family Rory and I would luv to express our condolences's on the loss of Dick Gautier.he'll surely be missed.he was funny on the Match Game as a panelist.luv,faith/rory