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Retirement isn’t in the cards for legendary comedian Carl Reiner

David Brancaccio Jun 20, 2016
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Carl Reiner, the 94-year-old legendary comedian and actor, is still hard at it as a multimedia entrepreneur.

Reiner created “The Dick Van Dyke Show,” one of the greatest television comedies of all time. He’s also a mentor to essentially everybody in comedy, from Jerry Seinfeld to Billy Crystal.

I visited him at his house in Beverly Hills the other day as he was working on his next digital-meets-publishing extravaganza, where he takes the intellectual property he owns; engages his flawless, detailed memory; and creates books and other multimedia creations to sell as partner in a venture called RandomContent.com.

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