Reports Show ‘Leave It To Beaver’ Star Ken Osmond’s Cause Of Death

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  • Actor Ken Osmond died on May 18, 2020.
  • His death certificate revealed that he died after suffering heart and lung failure.
  • Unfortunately, he also had many underlying health conditions. 


We previously reported that actor Ken Osmond passed away on May 18, 2020, at the age of 76. TMZ obtained the death certificate, which said that he died after suffering cardiopulmonary arrest (heart and lung failure).

Ken unfortunately also had many underlying conditions including chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, anemia, congestive heart failure, atrial fibrillation, depression, pneumonia, and hypertension.

Reports reveal Ken Osmond’s cause of death was heart and lung failure

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Ken is best known for playing Eddie Haskell on Leave It to Beaver. He was also known for Lassie, Wagon Train, Good Morning Miss Dove, and Everything but the Truth. Ken also starred in sequels of Leave It to Beaver including The New Leave It to Beaver, Still the Beaver, and the film Leave It to Beaver. 

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Ken Osmond died due to heart and lung failure / TLeopold/Globephotos

In addition, Ken was a veteran of the US Armed Forces and a police officer for the Los Angeles Police Department. While working as a police officer, he was involved in several shootouts. He eventually retired and lived a quiet life with his family.

Ken was survived by his wife, Sandra, and their two sons Eric and Christian. He will be missed!

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