Jack Klugman, the actor who charmed America as sloppy sportswriter Oscar Madison opposite Tony Randall's uptight Felix Unger on "The Odd Couple," died Monday. He was 90.

Klugman was most recognized for his role on "The Odd Couple" and later garnered acclaim in the title role in "Quincy, M.E." Klugman played a medical examiner who concluded that those he examined died from murders and not from natural causes.

"He had a great life and he enjoyed every moment of it and he would encourage others to do the same," Klugman's son, Adam Klugman, told the media shortly after his father's death at age 90.

Klugman had battled throat cancer that claimed his raspy voice, although he beat the disease and taught himself how to speak again.

"The Odd Couple" actor is survived by his wife, Peggy Crosby, whom he married seven years ago. He was previously married to actress Brett Somers, who portrayed his ex-wife on the 1970s sitcom.

"His sons loved him very much," his other son, David Klugman, told the Associated Press. "We'll carry on in his spirit."

Click through the slideshow to get a glimpse of Klugman's career, including scenes from "The Odd Couple" and a photo of Klugman and Crosby.