John Quilty, his friend and follower told The New York Times that he died on Friday at Princeton, New Jersey. The reason is unspecified, Quilty told the Times, because Engel, a Christian scientist, did not consult doctors.
Engel has a decade of long career as a television and stage stage. He is known for his role in the 1970s sitcom "The Mary Tyler Moore Show," where he was nominated for two Emmy awards. He also received three Emmy nominations for his guest role as Pat McDougall in "Everybody Loves Raymond."
Engel was the daughter of the US Coast Guard admiral, and he grew up moving several times in the United States. After graduating college, he enters his bags for New York, where he goes to his first stage role on a musical Off-Broadway, and later as Minnie Fay in Broadway's production of "Hello, Dolly! " according to Turner Classic Movies.
He landed a guest role on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show," but soon the hearts of both the audience and his fellow cast members got out and continued to appear on the show as girlfriend ̵
1; and later wife – TV newsman Ted Baxter, played by Ted Knight.
When the show came out in 1977, he appeared in a few sitcoms and appeared in movies like "Dr. Dolittle 2" and "The Sweetest Thing" before registering the paper with "Everybody Loves Raymond."