Van Dyke's wife, Shirley, told the site he passed away Friday, two years after a debilitating auto accident injured them both.
Jerry Van Dyke, an actor, comedian, and younger brother of the legendary Dick Van Dyke, has died at the age of 86. She noted that a auto accident both were involved in two years ago provided deteriorated health in the aftermath. He was also made a regular on The Judy Garland Show as well as a string of supporting movie roles and stints in television series including "My Mother the Car", "Accidental Family" and "Coach", for which he received four Emmy nominations.
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Van Dyke went into show business, just like his brother. Van Dam assisted to Craig T. Nelson's Coach Hayden Fox as they oversaw the fictional Minnesota State University Screaming Eagles.
He worked alongside his brother in recent years, even as both were in their 80s, telling the Los Angeles Times of the elder Van Dyke: "I looked up to him as a kid". His onscreen daughter Patricia Heaton marked Van Dyke's passing with a pair of heartfelt tweets.