LOS ANGELES - Comedy legend Carl Reiner has died.

The Bronx native died at his home in Beverly Hills of natural causes.

Reiner got his start writing sketches for Sid Caesar and became a household name as an actor and producer on "The Dick Van Dyke" show.

His work on that show earned him multiple Emmy awards.

He also had a long career directing movies like "The Jerk" and "Oh, God."

Reiner frequently collaborated with fellow comedy icon Mel Brooks.

Their most famous routine was "The 2,000-Year-Old Man", which won them both a Grammy Award for Best Comedy Album in 1998.

Reiner continued acting into his later years, with parts in movies like "Ocean's Eleven" with Brad Pitt and George Clooney, and guest spots on shows like "Parks and Recreation" and "Bob's Burgers".

Reiner was also the father of actor and director Rob Reiner.

Carl Reiner was 98 years old.