Taylor was hospitalized at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles in the ICU after suffering a seizure last week, Boll said.
He was named Charles Elmer Taylor of Washington, D.C. Taylor served in the Korean War and then began to entertain according to Boll.
Taylor starred on Broadway, in film and television, and was known for his towering personality.
"He has honored his reputation," Boll told CNN in an interview. "He was called the 'Prince of Pandemonium'."
"Peace and quiet, Mr. Taylor. Loved you, grew up watching you, thanks for all the laughter you gave me," wrote comedian David Alan Grier on Twitter.
"The greatest joy he had in life was the result of making others laugh ̵
Taylor is survived by his longtime partner Robert Fortney, according to Boll.