Comedy Legend Leslie Jordan Has Passed Away At 67

Comedy Legend Leslie Jordan Has Passed Away At 67

A beloved actor Leslie Jordan who frequently guest-starred on “Will and Grace,” died in an apparent car crash on Monday, according to multiple reports. The actor was 67.

Law enforcement sources told TMZ that the comedian, who gained a major following on social media during the pandemic, crashed his car into a building in Hollywood. Variety and the Los Angeles Times confirmed the news.
Representatives for Jordan did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Los Angeles Police Department Officer Warren Moore confirmed to HuffPost that there was “a car incident today where the driver of the vehicle collided into a wall,” although he declined to comment on whether Jordan was the driver in question.
Comedy Legend Leslie Jordan Has Passed Away At 67
Comedy Legend Leslie Jordan Has Passed Away At 67
Jordan, known for his diminutive stature and southern drawl, appeared in hit shows like “American Horror Story,” “Con Man” and “Boston Public” during his nearly three decades in show business. He was currently working on the sitcom “Call Me Kat” with Mayim Bialik.
Actor Leslie Jordan became a popular social media figure during the COVID-19 pandemic. (Photo: Stefani Reynolds/AFP via Getty Images)
In his last post on social media, Jordan posted a video singing a hymn with musician Danny Myrick.
“Danny helped out with a new song comin’ real soon,” the actor and comedian wrote on Sunday, before adding his usual sign off, “Love. Light. Leslie.”

Comedy Legend Leslie Jordan Has Passed Away At 67