Law & order: SVU' performer Richard Belzer dead at age 78

Performer Richard Belzer, generally famous for his work on the valued bad behavior procedural "Guideline and Solicitation: Unprecedented Setbacks Unit," passed on Sunday at age 78, NBC confirmed Sunday.

Belzer started as a standup clown and finally found his home on the film, highlighting in a couple of television series all through the long haul.

Boundless television and NBC gave feelings in a joint declaration Sunday.

John Eat — whether on 'Homicide' or 'Guideline and Solicitation: SVU' — over forty years will constantly recall the sum he had that valued individual to make it his own,"

Belzer, brought into the world in Bridgeport, Connecticut, transformed into a warm-up comic for "Saturday Night Live" in 1975 going before he guest highlighted in two or three episodes, according to his IMDb biography.

Laraine Newman, a remarkable cast person from "Saturday Night Live," tweeted an acknowledgment relating found memories of their underlying friendship.

"I revered this individual so much. He was one of my most critical mates when I got to New York to do SNL,"