Reiner, who died June 29 at the age of 98, joined the platform in July 2012 and reached a new generation of fans through his witticisms, amassing 6,520 messages and over 367,000 followers.
Reiner's wife of 64 years, Estelle, died in 2008.
Reiner spoke of his comedic writing process in 1977 in Carl Reiner: An American Film Institute Seminar on His Work, saying, "You have to imagine yourself as not somebody very special but somebody very ordinary".
He was one of show business' best liked men, the tall, bald Reiner was a welcome face on the small and silver screens, in Caesar's 1950s troupe, as the snarling, toupee-wearing Alan Brady of "The Dick Van Dyke Show" and in such films as "The Russians Are Coming, the Russians Are Coming" and "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World".More news: Kyrgios brands Boris Becker a 'doughnut'
Originally ad-libbed by Reiner and Brooks at a party, the sketch evolved into a perennial TV favourite and basis for five comedy albums, the latest of which earned a 1998 Grammy Award. "You may be the fool but you are the fool in charge".
Born in NY in 1922, Reiner was the son of Jewish immigrants to the U.S., and served in the United States air force during the second world war.
In his 90s, virtually every day in Beverly Hills, Reiner met with Brooks, after they both lost their wives, and they would sit on Reiner's sofa watching movies, telling jokes and recalling a lifetime of comedy.
Reiner was part of Caesar's ensemble of performers as well as a celebrated writing team that included such then-unknown talents as Brooks, Neil Simon and Larry Gelbart. The following year, Reiner once again won for Caesar's Hour in the Best Continuing Supporting Performance by an Actor in a Dramatic or Comedy Series category.More news: Hundreds queue for COVID-19 mass testing in Beijing
As a result of its success, Reiner moved into feature-film-making: his directorial debut was Enter Laughing in 1967, adapted from his own autobiography about a Jewish kid trying to break into showbusiness.
Reiner based "The Dick Van Dyke Show", which made a star of Van Dyke and launched the career of Mary Tyler Moore, on his own experience as a television writer. Reiner returned to that role in two "Ocean's" sequels. Along with his role in the Ocean's 11 franchise as the veteran thief Saul, he also had roles in Slums of Beverly Hills and The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle, not to mention appearing in the films he directed.
Reiner wrote four volumes of memoirs, including "I Just Remembered" in 2014, as well as children's books.More news: White House aware of Russian bounties in 2019