The actor's agent, Mitchell Stubbs confirmed the news on Saturday and the agency's Twitter shared that Stiers' had passed away at his home in Newport, Oregon.
"His talent was only surpassed by his heart", Stubbs said.
Stiers received two Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series Emmy nominations for his work on M*A*S*H.
In addition, Stiers was the associate conductor for the Newport Symphony Orchestra in OR, and also guest-conducted more than 70 orchestras around the world. Or as the needling dadAl Meyer in 1985's Better Off Dead.
He voiced Dr. Jumba Jookiba, the evil genius who created Stitch, in 2002's "Lilo & Stitch" and various spinoffs; once he became part of the Disney family, Stiers went on to do voicework on a large number of movies, made for TV or video content and videogames.
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David got his start in acting in 1971 with a role in George Lucas' sci-fi thriller film THX 1138.
In addition Stiers worked repeatedly for director Woody Allen, appearing in "Shadows and Fog", "Mighty Aphrodite", "Everybody Says I Love You" and "Curse of the Jade Scorpion" (in which he played a mysterious hypnotist).
Jamie Farr, Harry Morgan, Loretta Swit, William Christopher and, from back from left, Mike Farrell, Alan Alda and David Ogden Stiers celebrate during a party on the set of the CBS program MASH, 1981. He quickly got his foot in the door in television and he earned roles in popular series like Charlie's Angels and The Mary Tyler Moore Show.
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Stiers also found success as a voice actor, with his most famous role coming in Disney's animated 1991 adaptation of Beauty and the Beast as Cogsworth.