Ellen DeGeneres' Father Dies at 92: 'He Lived a Good Long Life'

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Ellen DeGeneres' Father Dies at 92: 'He Lived a Good Long Life'

Ellen DeGeneres is mourning the death of her dad.

The produce, director and actor who was more popular for his slapstick humor passed away at the age of 91 at his home in Las Vegas. He had a good, long life. "I mentioned yesterday, when I was talking about all the mudslides that are going on in my community of Montecito, which is heartbreaking, I said I've got a lot going on in my life".

"Here's the thing. I talked to Ellen DeGeneres last night ... and she asked if I was in NY and I saw I was doing The Tonight Show, and she said she wasn't comfortable with me doing other talk shows", Notaro joked in her hilarious, deadpan style. "He loved this show and he was a kind man, a very accepting man", she said.

"That is my dad, Elliot".

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Ellen revealed her father died at the age of 92-years-old, and he lived a good, long life and on his terms, the way he wanted. "There wasn't a bone of judgment in his body". He loved that I was in it, ' she explained.

'He was very amusing, I think my brother and I got our sense of humour from him'. And now, I work on the Warner Bros. lot and I have my own stage with my name on it. Studios. He loved this business. "This is what I saw after I talked to my dad, and he died ten minutes after that. When he died, I saw this rainbow over the stage they named for me", DeGeneres wrote.

Ellen also reminisced that she and her family only took one family vacation - where the family took a tour of the Warner Brothers lot.

She also shared touching image of a rare rainbow stretched over her show's huge poster above Warner Bros studios in Burbank. It wasn't unexpected. I was able to say goodbye'. He loved that I was in it. Share it in the comment section below.

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