LOS ANGELES, CA (CBS SF/AP) – Jack Riley, who played a counseling client on “The Bob Newhart Show” and also voiced a character on Nickelodeon’s animated “Rugrats,” died Friday. The 80-year-old actor died in Los Angeles, according to his representative Paul Doherty.

Besides portraying grumpy, self-absorbed Mr. Carlin on the 1970s “Newhart” sitcom and providing the voice for absent-minded dad Stu Pickles on “Rugrats” and its spinoff, “All Grown Up!,” Riley appeared in the Mel Brooks films “History of the World: Part I,” ”High Anxiety” and “Spaceballs.”

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The Cleveland native also voiced commercials and made guest appearances on numerous TV series including “Seinfeld,” ”Night Court” and “Diff’rent Strokes.”

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