Ricarlo Flanagan, a finalist on Season 9 of “Last Comic Standing” and actor on “Shameless,” has died. He was 40.
Flanagan’s agent confirmed his passing to Deadline, however didn’t cite a trigger of demise.
“Ricarlo was one of the nicest people I have ever met in my life and a joy to work for. He will be missed dearly,” Stu Golfman of KMR Talent stated.
Earlier this month, the comic posted about contracting the coronavirus together with some of the brutal signs COVID-19 is thought for.
“This covid is no joke. I don’t wish this on anybody,” he tweeted.
In replies to the publish, he talked about chest pains whereas discussing NBA star Kyrie Irving, who refuses to get vaccinated.
“Yeah tell Kyrie to take some of this chest pain and see how he feels,” he wrote.
His household in Cleveland, Ohio, began a GoFundMe, writing that he “suddenly passed away and sadly was far from his family.”
Flanagan is probably finest identified for showing on “Last Comic Standing” in 2015, and had launched his debut comedy album, “Man Law,” two years prior. He had recurring roles on Showtime’s hit present “Shameless” in addition to “Walk the Prank” on Disney+.
Deadline reported that Flanagan was set to look on Peacock’s comedy collection “Bust Down” and within the film “Emily the Criminal” alongside Aubrey Plaza and Theo Rossi.
He additionally had a profession as a rapper below the moniker Father Flanagan, in line with the outlet, and his fourth album, (*40*) was launched on Tuesday.