Comedian and Actor Leslie Jordan Dies at 67

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It’s a sad day for Hollywood. Leslie Jordan, the beloved comedian and actor has tragically died at the age of 67. According to law enforcement, and TMZ, Jordan was driving in Hollywood on Monday morning when it was suspected that he suffered some sort of medical emergency. That’s when he crashes BMW into the side of a building.

The actor was known for several popular TV shows such as “Hearts Afire,” “Will & Grace,” and “Call Me Kat.” As well as “The Cool Kids,” and “American Horror Story.”  He quickly became an internet sensation during the COVID-19 pandemic, after he began to post several silly videos which garnered him from 80,000 Instagram followers to 5.8 million.

Leslie Jordan on Instagram

Showing his audience, he documented several of his daily activities such as exercise videos, his morning breakfast rituals, and his daily life.  Jordan was also a staple in the LGBTQ community showcasing he was an openly gay man. 

Following his viral content, Leslie went on to appear on CNN’s New Year’s Eve 2020 countdown. The singer rang the new year with Anderson Cooper and Andy Cohen.  He also acted in several movies including “Ski Patrol” and “The Help.” As well as made guest appearances and shows such as “Ugly Betty” and “Boston Public.”

Just yesterday, the actor posted a video on his Instagram of himself singing a hymn. Back in 2021, Jordan released his album, Company’s Coming,  where he teamed up with Eddie Vedder, Dolly Parton, and Brandi Carlile to sing gospel hymns.

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