Ray was a slapstick comedian who appeared on the HBO Max sequence “PAUSE with Sam Jay” and different packages.
WASHINGTON — Teddy Ray, a comic and actor who appeared on the HBO Max sequence “PAUSE with Sam Jay,” has died, authorities confirmed on Saturday. He was 32.
The Riverside County Sheriff’s Workplace and the county’s coroner’s workplace confirmed that the demise of the comic, whose authorized title was Theadore Brown, was reported Friday morning within the desert group of Rancho Mirage, the Los Angeles Occasions reported. Sheriff’s Sgt. Brandi Swan, who stated deputies responded to a name concerning the demise at a personal residence, stated that the reason for demise was unknown.
Leisure corporations and a few of Ray’s fellow comedians reacted with unhappiness to the information of Ray’s demise.
“Teddy Ray was a hilarious and beloved performer,” TV community Comedy Central stated in a Twitter assertion. “He’ll be deeply missed by your entire comedy group.”
All Def Digital, a multi-platform media firm that Ray had collaborated with, tweeted that it was “heartbroken” concerning the information of Ray’s demise. “We are going to miss him day-after-day however we all know he could have Heaven laughing,” the tweet learn.
Ray appeared because the bailiff on “PAUSE with Sam Jay,” appeared within the digital sequence Cancel Court docket, and was a slapstick comedian.
The comic had simply turned 32 a pair weeks in the past on his final Instagram posts.
“Pulling up on 32 like…..Lord I thanks for an additional lap round this scorching … solar,” his put up learn.
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