The death of comedian Johnny Carson is a mystery. Emphysema is believed to be the cause of his death.
In an interview with CBS’ “60 Minutes” host Mike Wallace in 1979, he was asked if he planned to write his own epitaph.
During the interview, he replied, “I’ll be right back.”
According to the New York Times, Lowry and Collins, who wrote the article, have ties to the comedian’s family.
The late night talk show host suffered from emphysema. Emphysema is a progressive disease affecting the lungs, which causes the body to lack oxygen.
It has no cure and causes severe breathing problems.
While it is treatable, emphysema is a progressive illness that robs victims of their ability to exercise.
Despite his popularity, however, many people are unaware of the disease’s warning signs.
The cause of death of the late television host is still unknown.
It is unknown what caused the comedian to die, but it is known that he suffered a heart attack. He had a quadruple-bypass operation, and died of complications from emphysema.
The exact cause of his death is not yet known.
Although the causes of death have not been released, some of his impersonations on television remain popular.