Comedian Teddy Ray has reportedly died at the age of 32.
Comedian Teddy Ray dead at 32
That was a shock, to say the least, given that Teddy had only just turned 32 for a few weeks. He was known for doing stand-up comedy across the country. Not only that, he had also appeared in several sketches on Youtube and even on the HBO Max series Pause with Sam Jay.
Aside from that, his loss was hard to take. In which picture Here we see Teddy sitting in a car with a smile on his face. And one such supporter responded with the following comments: “Broken heart. I’ll miss you Teddy.”
Aside from hurting his fan base, Teddy’s influence resonated with others in the comedy industry. Emmy Winner Kat Williams had spoken glowingly of Teddy, even referring to him as “brilliant.”
Such praise few can dream of, let alone achieve, but Teddi’s impact was such that his death highlighted just how much he contributed to the comedy industry.
In an official statement on behalf of his media company (Hoorae) a representative said: “Rest in power to our longtime creative collaborator and friend Teddy Ray. Grateful for the energy you always brought to our projects and sets.”
It’s not entirely clear what caused the death, but one thing is for sure, Teddy was way ahead of his time. And this was reflected in the comments that followed on social media. A significant portion of fans were shocked by the news.
And they were visibly depressed. A person wrote: “Teddy Ray is one of the reasons I felt comfortable being on stage in March. Channeled him when I got a bunch of Hollywood people quoting Too Short. Rest easy man. You will be greatly missed.”
Hopefully his friends and family can graduate soon. So there you have it folks. What did you think? Do let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.
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