Legendary comedian Don Rickles, known for his fiery remarks about everybody from presidents to A-list celebrities, has died. Rickles’ longtime representative, Paul Shefrin, confirmed the death and said the iconic star died from kidney failure at his home in Los Angeles on Thursday. He was 90.

Rickles, who had a net worth of $30 million, appeared in many movies but was widely known for guest appearances on TV shows. He also had his own show, "The Don Rickles Show," on ABC. The man who was also known as "Mr. Warmth" started doing comedy skits in Las Vegas nightclubs during the late 80s. His career lasted for more than five decades.

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Another of Rickles' credits include playing the voice of Mr. Potato Head in the "Toy Story" movies. He also made TV guest appearances in shows like "The Twilight Zone," "Wagon Train," "Burke’s Law," "The Dick Van Dyke Show," "The Beverly Hillbillies," "The Addams Family," "Gilligan's Island," "Gomer Pyle," "U.S.M.C.," "I Dream of Jeannie," "I Spy, Get Smart," "Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In," "Archie Bunker’s Place," "The Lucy Show Sanford and Son," "Newhart," "F Troop," "The Bernie Mac Show" and "Hot in Cleveland."

The Emmy winner is survived by his wife, Barbara Sklar. They have been married for 52 years. Rickles is only survived by one of his children, Mindy. His son Larry, who produced the HBO documentary "Mr. Warmth: The Don Rickles Project," died in December 2011 at age 41.

"90 years with Don Rickles weren't enough," late night host Jimmy Kimmel tweeted. "One of the sweetest and most lovely people I had the pleasure of knowing. We miss you already."

Below are some of Rickles’ funniest moments, including his appearance on the "Tonight Show" when host Johnny Carson was interviewing Frank Sinatra.