Tony Dow is no more with us.
Tony Dow Dies at 77!
The actor who played Wally Cleaver in 'Leave It to Beaver' is no more with us because of cancer.
Tony Dow, who is best known for Wally Cleaver in "Leave it To Beaver."
Apart from that, he is a successful actor and director as well, but he died because of cancer at 77.
However, the death news came from his official Facebook page, which posted Tuesday that He is no longer with us.
They shared the news in the following words:
"It is with an extremely heavy heart that we share with you the passing of our beloved Tony this morning.
Tony was a beautiful soul – kind, compassionate, funny, and humble."
The actor and director had long-running cancer that was cured for some time,
but in May, he and his wife reported that it had returned. So this has become the ultimate cause of his death.
Mathers feels sad for Dow as he has revealed on Facebook that He was my brother in many ways of his life.
He has become alone in his heart because of the space left by Tony.
In addition, Dow was born in Hollywood and started his career in the role of Wally in "Leave it to Beaver."
"Leave to Beaver" began airing in 1957 and ended in 1963.
Moreover, He has also worked in the TV movie "Still the Beaver" and the series "The New Leave It to Beaver."
Apart from acting in the above series, he has also directed five episodes and wrote one.
Moreover, He was a writer, director, and producer as well. But eventually, he reached his final destination in life: Death.